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    Living Savior Lutheran Church website: livingsaviortexas.org

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    March 1 Genesis 3:1-21

    Romans 5:12-19

    Ma�hew 4:1-11

    March 8 Genesis 12:1-9

    Romans 4:1-8, 13-17

    John 3:1-17

    March 15 Exodus 17:1-7

    Romans 5:1-8

    John 4:5-26

    March 22 Isaiah 42:14-21

    Ephesians 5:8-14

    John 9:1-41

    March 29 Ezekiel 37:1-14

    Romans 8:1-11

    John 11:1-45

    T�� D���� �� L������ 21 Martha said to Jesus, “Lord, if you had been here, my

    brother would not have died. 22 But even now I know that

    whatever you ask from God, God will give you.” 23 Jesus

    said to her, “Your brother will rise again.” 24 Martha said to

    him, “I know that he will rise again in the resurrec�on on

    the last day.”

    25 Jesus said to her, “I am the ������������

    ��� ��� ����. Whoever believes in me, though he

    die, yet shall he live, 26 and everyone who lives

    and believes in me shall ����� ���. Do you believe this?” 27 She said to him, “Yes, Lord; I be-

    lieve that you are the Christ, the Son of God, who is coming

    into the world.”

    J���� R����� L������ 38 Then Jesus, deeply moved again, came to the tomb. It was a cave, and a stone lay against it. 39 Jesus said, “Take

    away the stone.” Martha, the sister of the dead man, said to him, “Lord, by this �me there will be an odor, for he has been dead four days.” 40 Jesus said to her, “Did I not tell

    you that if you believed you would see the glory of God?” 41 So they took away the stone. And Jesus li�ed up his eyes and said, “Father, I thank you that you have heard me. 42 I knew that you always hear me, but I said this on account of the people standing around, that they may be- lieve that you sent me.” 43 When he had said these things, he cried out with a loud voice, “Lazarus, come out.” 44 The

    man who had died came out, his hands and feet bound with linen strips, and his face wrapped with a cloth. Jesus said to

    them, “Unbind him, and let him go.”

    John 11: 21-27, 38-44

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    L i v i n g S a v i o r L u t h e ra n C h u r c h

    MARCH, 2020

    MARCH, 2020

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    Living Savior Lutheran Church website: livingsaviortexas.org

    So what happened to the extra day we just had

    during this leap year?? Time is like a vapor- poof

    it’s gone and on to the next series of events…

    For the next 40 (minus a few) days our worship

    takes on a quieter, more pensive flavor as we

    savor this �me of Lent. We will have no more

    Alleluias un�l Easter Sunday and the Hymns of

    Praise in our liturgy are omi�ed as well.

    Perhaps we slow down a bit in our everyday

    lives, we are cognizant of the new growth on the

    trees and for sure we hopefully think more and

    more about what our Savior went through as He

    suffered in our stead for our salva�on. Just

    thinking about how vast His amazing love is can

    boggle one’s mind. Why for me?

    Our Lenten theme this year of BY HIS WOUNDS

    WE ARE HEALED points not only to our “missing

    the mark” and “messing up”, but it is also sur-

    rounded by the hope of eternal life in heaven

    with our Lord. Every Wednesday night in March

    we have the opportunity to put on the brakes

    and come together for a special meal-fellowship

    (5:00), pre-service singing at 6:10, and worship

    �me at 6:30. The topics are: The Wounds of

    Viola�ng the Sabbath, the wounds of Dishonor-

    ing Authority, wounds of Murder, of Adultery,

    and Stealing. Sounds rather ominous, doesn’t

    it? Come as the Holy Spirit through our Pastor

    helps us unwrap these messages for our good

    and reminds us of our HEALING and HOPE

    through God’s Word and His ac�ons in our be-

    half through Jesus! Makes things much less omi-

    nous, doesn’t it? Hooray!

    The choir is preparing and as

    we prac�ce the pieces, we

    grow closer to the awesome

    messages of the season that

    will be part of our Sunday and

    Holy week worship �mes.

    Prior to the start of our worship services, please be

    aware and considerate of others regarding noise

    levels.

    Special thanks to the folks who are doing a won-

    derful job with our screen system! They would be

    happy to train others for this important task, so see

    the Dinnings or the Lees!

    Introduce yourself to someone new this week!

    May this wonderful season bring special blessings to

    you as we contemplate God’s goodness, as we

    share the Good News with others!

    For your future reference, Palm Sunday is April 5th

    regular service �mes. Maundy Thursday and Good

    Friday Services will be at 4:00 and 6:30 (no meals).

    Easter Sunday Sunrise service will be at 6:45, Break-

    fast at 8, Egg Hunt at 8:30, and celebra�on services

    at 9:15 and 10:45.

    For the wages of sin is death, but the free gi� of

    God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.

    Romans 6:23

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    Living Savior Lutheran Church website: livingsaviortexas.org

    T������� M������ L�����’ B���� S���� The first Thursday of the month is the LWML mee�ng and Lunch Bunch. On Thursday, March 12, we will do the second part of the Lord's Prayer. This is a six week study using devo- �onal material from the Lutheran Woman's Quarterly. Prayerfully consider joining us. For more informa�on con- tact Annet Riley at asriley@ymail.com or (713) 598-2556.

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    Y�� ��� C�������� ������� ...to a�end the Celebrate Concordia evening

    on March 7 at Concordia University Texas. Dur- ing that event our own Pete and Su Hames will

    receive the Christo Ecclesia Award for Service to Christ and Church. Congratula�ons

    to them! If you would like to a�end this meal and

    presenta�on, please RSVP at www.concordia.edu/crossing.

    S����� S������ Thank you to all the ladies that are par�cipa�ng, we are very grateful for such a great

    response. Sisters be sure and check the PICKUP BOX in the Fellowship Hall (on the west wall next to the bulle�n board) for your goodies!

    To send your Sister something special use the DROP OFF BOX (next to the bulle�n board on the east wall).

    Everyone watch your email and the bulle�n for our next get together. Looking forward to a prayer filled inspira�onal year!

    Any ques�ons contact. Susie Yeager (714)542-2264 or email susie.e.yeager@gmail.com, or Donna Bond (936)443-3334 or email bonddr6@gmail.com

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    A reminder that the week of July 12—17 our children and Youth will be going to Camp Lone Star as a group. Ages are 8 to 18 years old and the cost is $450.

    Please submit a deposit of $100 to Cheryl Bailes

    (memo line “Summer Camp”) by Jan.5 and let her know if your child or grandchild is a�ending.

    A����� I����� R���������� M������ T��� Once again Gary Ma�eld (713-805-2581) is planning to travel to Whiteriver, AZ the week of March 9 to bring supplies to The Apache Youth Ministry, Our Children Shelter, Hope Center Resale Shop and Trade School, Custodial Care Elder Home and The Whit- eriver Community Church. If you would like to help fill his trailer, here are some of the needs. Adult sized sleeping bags (new or used-freshly washed) Camping equipment Basketballs and volleyballs Popping corn (bags or jars) Powdered lemonade (cans) Peanut bu�er and jelly Paper goods - cups, plates, bowls, napkins, towels, toilet paper and all purpose cleaners Diapers - all sizes (newborn to adult-full or par�al packages) Wipes Lavender scent baby bath and lo�on Children's clothes (new or clean gently used-especially infant and toddler) Adult clothes (new or clean gently used) Tools - electrical, plumbing, carpentry and car mechanic Place your dona�ons in the AYM box in fellowship hall. Thank you.

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