There is no help for this world like God's help. Through all time, he has found ways to interrupt our lives, intercede and intervene on our behalf. How does he seek us out? How does he change and transform our lives and our eternity? Make no mistake about it, Jesus says himself that the Son of Man has come to seek and to save the lost. And that's good news for all of us.

As we see a common thread of evil, wrongdoing, and trouble in our own lives and in the world, we listen to what the living God has to say and to what he has done to save us. 

A podcast by Living Savior Lutheran Church in Littleton, Colorado. Also available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

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What do you mean, “To Seek and To Save”? With Zacchaeus in Luke 19

What do you mean, “To Seek and To Save”? With Zacchaeus in Luke 19

This podcast got its start because of Jesus’ own purpose statement and mission – “for the Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost” – in Luke 19. Clint joins in as we discuss the story and statement that brings sinners like us to the saving words of the Son who came from heaven.

More podcasts to come will explore stories of how God seeks us and connects us to his saving love in Jesus. Explore this with us and be challenged by the God who never ceases to desire and work that we might be close to him.

Victory No Matter What | Acts 1:12-26 Sermon

Victory No Matter What | Acts 1:12-26 Sermon

The ministry Jesus set into motion was one to proclaim his Word and drive believers forward to the day they would see him with their own eyes again. It was a ministry that proclaimed the resurrection through the mouths of sinners and to a world of sinners. Listen closely – this Word is for you – no matter what! And this word of God’s loving grace through Jesus brings you forgiveness and eternal life – no matter what!

Acts 1:12-26 | 5-24-2020
Victory in Daily Life | Acts 17:22-31

Victory in Daily Life | Acts 17:22-31

Life is full of little victories, they say. The only problem is, they don’t last. In that sense, they will always remain little victories. But it’s time for you to know a different kind of victory. One that is permanent with enduring strength and unchanging no matter the challenger. That’s the type of victory God has given all people through his Son. Explore this daily victory in Jesus with us and leave life’s little victories behind.

5-17-2020

The Only Victory to Heaven | Acts 4:8-12

The Only Victory to Heaven | Acts 4:8-12

Do you see where the battle is? It’s not a battle over MRI results or needing a good ACT score or college application acceptance, or job opening or skill recognition or pregnancy test response or particular retirement savings put away – none of these are crucial to peace of mind and living life untroubled.

But so often that’s where we fight the hardest! Wherever your worry is, there you are fighting. But you fight with worry and fear – really useless weapons – and those battles are already over! The key is “Christ is risen” and the battle is to believe it.

Acts 4:8-12 | 5-10-2020
Victory Over Bad Choices -Living A Shepherded Life | Acts 2:42-47

Victory Over Bad Choices -Living A Shepherded Life | Acts 2:42-47

The service theme for this was “Victory Over Bad Choices” on a Sunday also called Good Shepherd Sunday. The picture of Jesus as our shepherd is filled with powerful statements and promises that speak to his great care for our lives. Listen to his voice – turning from all others – that you may have life…and have it to the full!

Acts 2:42-27 | 5-3-2020
Victory Over Despair | Acts 2:32-41

Victory Over Despair | Acts 2:32-41

No one enjoys the feeling of despair, when every last bit of hope is gone. But the key to what conquers despair is a hope that can never disappoint or fail. That’s how Jesus’ resurrection changes the way we hope in God. Listen in as Peter helps us leave the “house” that is doomed to perish and pushes us into Jesus’ everlasting arms.

Acts 2:32-41 | 4-26-2020
Victory Over Skepticism | Acts 2:22-32

Victory Over Skepticism | Acts 2:22-32

Fact-checking, asking questions to investigate a topic and inquiry are tools we use – being human – in order to gain a clearer perspective on what is real and true. The Word of God is filled with truth statements and claims. At the same time, though, it assumes the reality of God and the operation of his wonders and miracles – doing the impossible before our eyes – throughout time. You can’t investigate it all, but that doesn’t mean God hasn’t given us good reasons to view his telling of history and salvation in the Word as reality. Jesus came, was seen, was touched, performed miracles, died by crucifixion on record and rose again with many witnesses. But sinful hearts need more.…