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The Lutheran Hour speaker is Rev. Gregory Seltz unless otherwise noted. Daily devotions by Rev. Dr. Ken Klaus, Speaker Emeritus, are available at www.lhm.org.
April 2: "Freedom in the Spirit" Lutheran Hour Speaker: Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz Jesus frees you to be the person you were created, redeemed, and called to be. (Romans 8:1-11)
April 9: "Humble Strength for Eternal Salvation" Lutheran Hour Speaker: Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz. On Palm Sunday, Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey, not to set up an earthly kingdom but to overcome sin and death--for us. (Philippians 2:5-11)
April 16: "Empty Tomb Hope!" Lutheran Hour Speaker: Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz The assurance of Christ's resurrection turns wonder into reality and gives us an eternal hope. (Matthew 28:1-10)
April 23: "A Living Hope for a 'Dead as Doornails' World" Lutheran Hour Speaker: Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz No matter how hard the world tries to shake our joy and faith, we have an inheritance in Christ that can never be taken away. (1 Peter 1:3-9)
April 30: "Unadulterated Fact" Speaker Emeritus of The Lutheran Hour: Rev. Dr. Ken Klaus. The early believers knew two things to be true: Jesus performed miraculous works and He rose from the dead. (Acts 2:22-25)