Sproul’s Soul-stirring History Lesson

October 27, 2010

This Sunday we are going to enjoy a Reformation Day Faire at Bethel Grace.  Reformation Day celebrates God’s purification of the Church in the Protestant Reformation.  The Reformation was set into motion when Martin Luther tacked his 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenburg Castle Church on October 31, 1517.

At 9:00 am we will gather all our Sunday school classes into the Fellowship Hall to think about the “Five Solas of the Reformation.”  Then at 10:30 am we will sing powerful, historic hymns and rejoice in the core doctrine of  justification through faith alone in Christ alone by grace alone.  Then we will enjoy some In-n-Out Burgers on the church patio, have a jousting tournament, and enjoy some time with the church family.  Looking forward to a great day!

In the meantime, I encourage you to spend some time reflecting on the history of the Reformation.  I recommend these messages by RC Sproul explaining all that prompted Martin Luther to compose the 95 Theses and pin them to the Wittenburg door.

The Making of the Protestant Reformation, Pt.1
The Making of the Protestant Reformation, Pt.2

Pastor Jeff


One Response to “Sproul’s Soul-stirring History Lesson”

  1. masimdumisene said

    Sounds great! I wish we could be there!

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