October 29, 2020

LynnDaily Devotion

Dear Trinity Families,

Paul knew firsthand that faithfulness to the Word of God brought persecution. His friends had abandoned him and his enemies never stopped hounding him. He was in jail when he wrote this second letter to Timothy and he expected to die there.

Paul had been forsaken by his friends, but he was not alone. Paul knew that he was never alone, even when his friends deserted him. Jesus was always with him. Paul trusted in God’s answer to Darius’ question in the Old Testament: “Was your God able to rescue you?” Jesus fulfilled the first promise in the Gospel lesson: “the Spirit of your Father will be speaking through you.” And Paul believed the second promise, too: “whoever endures to the end will be saved.”

Paul knew that God would rescue him from every evil—not always avoiding danger, but being with him through danger. Paul knew that even if he died for Christ, God would rescue him and bring him to heaven. Eventually the headsman’s sword took Paul’s life; and Jesus rescued him and took him to his heavenly kingdom.

Lord, keep us faithful in the face of any persecution!


God bless,

Pastor Tesch




Here is the link for online worship for October 25: https://youtu.be/NCFP8RmigB0

Or you can watch it from our website: https://youtu.be/e2V1bQkcFio 

Or you can watch is on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TrinityEvLutheranChurchWisSynod/

Come to worship! You can sign up here: https://trinitymarinette.com/events/communion-worship-services/ or call Pastor or call the church office to let us know which service you prefer.

Here is this week’s bulletin: https://trinitymarinette.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/2020-10-25-Announcements-The-Twenty-First-Sunday-after-Pentecost.pdf. Check it out.


There is NO SCHOOL for the Students at Trinity Lutheran

Wed. October 28, Thurs. Oct 29 or Friday Oct. 30