The King Mocked

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This Week’s Proclaimer

Our midweek Lenten journey continues on Wednesday, March 27 with this message by Pastor Steve Helms of Holy Redeemer Lutheran Church in Dryden, MI.

Message Overview

God will not be mocked. God is jealous. He insists upon what is His due. Yet, for the sake of sinners, the King of the Jews stands silent before His accusers. He endures the mocking and taunting of words and actions that feign the honor He is due. Why would God allow us to mock Him? It is all about salvation. The Son of God stands falsely accused for us. He allows Himself to be mocked and abused. That is what He must do if He is to restore the lost sinners, reclaim them to life, and repair the wrong that sin did. He is mocked and taunted so that He might be enthroned and honored—so that you and I might be enthroned and honored.

Sermon Recording

Lent Midweek at Trinity

Plan to spend your Wednesday evenings during Lent at Trinity Lutheran Church of Davison. Our delicious Lenten dinner is served from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. in the Trinity Room followed by meaningful worship in Trinity’s beautiful sanctuary beginning at 7:00 p.m.

Each midweek service includes a message by a local pastor from one of our local congregations of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod (LC-MS). The full schedule of themes and speakers can be found on our 2019 Lenten Midweek page.

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Pastor Frusti has been serving at Trinity since 2008. He enjoys teaching the Word of God and challenging God's people to daily be a blessing in the lives of others.