Search   for     
Flash: ON  
Welcome to Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church.....

"God's Word alone is the true, abiding Rock on which a person can depend with certainty." -Dr. Martin Luther (WLS - #4740)

Worship With Us...
Sunday worship service is 10:00 - 11:00 AM

Summer wednesday evening worship is 7:30-8:30 PM

Vacation Bible School will be the week of August  25th.  More information coming soon!

Sunday School will resume in September

lease check our calendar for more activities and events!


Today's Devotion

» Devotion - July 29, 2014

What a wretched man I am! Who will rescue me from this body of death? Thanks be to God—through Jesus Christ our Lord!

Romans 7:24-25

The stories of prisoners of war who survived are fascinating. The accounts of the brutal and inhumane treatment by the enemy are horrific. The extreme emotions felt by the prisoners are breath-taking: the terror of being completely controlled by the enemy, the hopelessness of recognizing that escape is impossible, and the desperation of knowing that if not rescued or released soon death is right around the corner.

Fortunately, stories of those prisoners of war don’t end there. They include rescue or release and the emotions that go along with it. The relief, joy, and gratitude that are described by these former prisoners make their stories enjoyable.

The apostle Paul shared his prisoner-of-war story. It’s a story that is fascinating not just because it has a happy ending, but also because it is a story that each believer in Jesus shares.

We are all held prisoner by our sinful flesh. We know that the sins we commit deserve eternal death, and yet we keep sinning. That’s all that our sinful flesh can do. If our story ended there, we would be filled with fear, hopelessness, and eternal despair.

The story does not end there. We have a Savior who rescues us. Jesus frees us from the bonds of sin. Jesus takes the condemnation to hell we deserve and sets us free. “Thanks be to God—through Jesus Christ our Lord!” 

Our prisoner of war story is certainly a heart-warming one. Our freedom has been guaranteed by Jesus. Praise to our Savior because of the freedom he has won for us…for you!


What a wretched man I am. Who will rescue me from this body of death?  Thank you, Jesus, for being my rescuer, my eternal Savior. Thank you for setting me free from sin and death and giving me an eternal future with you. Give me strength in my daily struggle against my sinful nature that I may live for your glory in everything I do.  In your name I ask it, dear Jesus. Amen.

Today's Devotion is brought to you by WELS and www.WhatAboutJesus.com

Creative Commons License 
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.

All Scripture quotations, unless otherwise indicated, are taken from the Holy Bible, New International Version®, NIV®. Copyright ©1973, 1978, 1984 by Biblica, Inc.™ Used by permission of Zondervan. All rights reserved worldwide.

--Daily Devotion

Through My Bible In 3 Years


If you have a comment or suggestion for this website or encounter difficulties, send a note to faithweb@faithdexter.org

Our map will help you locate us. 

We are located on North Territorial just west of Dexter-Pinckney road.

Welcome, Guests!
Thanks for visiting.  Please let us get to know you, and come back soon.  If you have any questions about what you've seen during your visit or would like to know more about us, drop us a note at contact@faithdexter.org or give us call at 734-426-4302.  Thanks again!
Copyright ©  2014 Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church. All Rights Reserved. Powered by Finalweb.