In this complimentary booklet, we will follow the Baptist’s cry of John 1:29: “Behold the Lamb of God.”
From Genesis through Revelation, Scripture uses the image of a lamb as a type of Christ and a metaphor to illustrate how Jesus, our sacrificial Lamb, secured our salvation. The eight devotions written by MLC faculty tell the story of the Lamb in prophecy and fulfillment, from Mount Moriah to Mount Zion.
Reformation 500 – I Shall Not Die, But Live is MLC’s 2017 devotion book containing thirty-one uplifting messages as a gift from the Martin Luther College campus family. We pray that our Lord would strengthen your faith through his Word.
Lent 2017 – Lenten Truths from Unwitting Witnesses contains eight uplifting messages, for Palm Sunday through Easter Sunday. This beautiful book is enhanced by the artwork of Lucas Cranach, Reformation painter and friend of Martin Luther.
Holy Week 2016 – The eight devotions in this booklet were authored by MLC professors. They are intended for use from Palm Sunday through Easter Sunday. We’ll consider some “Searching Questions from Christ’s Passion.”
Advent 2015 – The 25 devotions in this booklet were authored by current students at MLC, as well as pastors, teachers, staff ministers, and lay leaders who have studied at MLC. They are intended for use December 1-25.
Christmas 2014 – The thirteen devotions in this booklet were authored by President Zarling and 12 MLC graduates serving throughout the synod’s 12 districts. They are intended for use from Christmas Day through Epiphany (Dec 25-Jan 6).