Weekly Devotions

Collect of the Week

Almighty and eternal God, you caused your beloved Son to take our nature on himself, that he might give all humanity the example of humility and suffer death on the cross for our sins. Mercifully grant us a believing knowledge of this so that we may follow the example of his patience, and be partakers of the benefits of his sacred passion and death; through your beloved Son, Jesus Christ, our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy
Spirit, one true God, now and forever. Amen

Bible Readings

Day Morning Evening Psalms Catechism
Sunday Heb. 1:1-14 Ex. 8:1-32 118  
Monday Heb. 2:1-18 Ex. 9:1-28 32 Office of the Keys, p. 314
Tuesday Heb. 3:1-19 Ex. 9:29-10:20 38 Nature/Com. p 322
Wednesday Heb. 4:1-16 Ex. 10:21-11:10 51 Benefit pg. 331
Thursday Heb. 5:1-14 Ex. 12:1-28 31 Power pg. 335
Friday Heb. 6:1-20 Ex. 12:29-13:16 22 How to receive p 338
Saturday Heb. 7:1-22 Job 19:23-27* 13 Table of Duties p349

Daily Lenten Devotions, “The Central Thought” and Prayer from Catechism
*Read at Saturday Vespers in preparation for Sunday Divine Service

Lord’s Prayer

This week we are to pray each day with an emphasis on the meaning of each petition of the Lord’s Prayer according to the following:

Sunday:
Our Father…
The power of sons of God in prayer

Mon
Hallowed be Thy Name
For the orthodox catholic faith

Tues
Thy Kingdom Come
The ministry of the pastor

Wed
Thy Will be done
The defeat of Satan and our enemies

Thurs
Give us this day our daily bread
Good government and health

Fri
Forgive…as we forgive
A spirit of true repentance

Sat
Lead us not…but deliver us
The overcoming of habitual sin

A Pictorial Representation of The Augsburg Confession, Illustrated by Wenceslas_Hollar