Apr 18-19 / Special – Peace in the Midst of Chaos – Lutheran Worship audio

The word “peace” is central for God’s people to hear time and again as part of worship.
The peace of the Lord is exchanged between pastor and congregation and often also
spoken among the people of the congregation. It is the last word in the Benediction and
is therefore the most frequently used word to close the service. In the era of the
Reformation and the decades following, the hymn “Grant Peace, We Pray, in Mercy, Lord”
was used immediately after the sermon as a reminder of how important the Lord’s peace
was in a world that knew unrest and challenges. It is our blessing to hear that word of
peace from our Lord once again today in our world—which also has unrest and challenges. Listen-In below!

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