Peace Lutheran Church (ELCA)

830 North Cochran

Charlotte, MI 48813


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Sunday worship: 9:30 am

Sunday School after worship time


Monday, December 06, 2021

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Our Mission Statement:  Love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your strength and with all your mind; and love your neighbor as yourself.  -- Luke 10:27

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Pastor Neil

From the Pastor’s Desk…   

December 2021


“This is what is meant by ‘Thy king cometh.’

You do not seek him, but he seeks you.

You do not find him, he finds you”

Martin Luther

Sometimes at night I watch the two dogs play as they run across the furniture and the floors, jumping and nipping – simply having a great time together. The dogs are brothers – one year apart – doing things “brothers” often do. Every once and while, they play “hide and seek,” where one runs under the sofa or behind the sofa and waits. The other starts to run around, stopping to look at us as if to ask: where did he go? When he finds the other, they run around excitedly, back and forth as if it were a race. Then it starts all over again.




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Pastor Neil Brady

“Thy King Cometh’ and he will seek you, and he will find you. True words for this time of year. Soon we will be celebrating the birth of our Savior, the Messiah, the Emmanuel. God sent this baby to us, for us, and because of us. And every year a gentle reminder through Luke’s gospel that we can hide whenever we want, however we want, but he will find us, because he knows us, and he loves us.

Where has God found you at times? At what point in your life did God seek you out, and give you a nudge – that gentle reminder you are not alone, that God is in your life whether you hide or not? God sent his only Son to live among his children, to teach and preach, to heal and cure, but most importantly, so Jesus could bestow God’s love on all of us.

It’s part of our nature to play “hide and seek” with God; and it is through his promise that he will continue to seek us out and find us – in the worst of times or the most joyous times.

This Christmas season, if we find ourselves in a place removed from joy and happiness, know your king is coming to you. There is no place where we can hide that he cannot see us and be with us. He will seek us out and he will find us for his love has no end; his love has no boundaries; his love is eternal. His love – the constant light free to all of us, filled with hope, strength, comfort, and peace.

Blessings and peace this Christmas season…and Merry Christmas.

Pastor Neil