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Today in the Church Year

Ruth

As we commemorate Ruth today, we read an excerpt from Ruth: More Than a Love Story about Ruth’s devotion to Naomi and her faith in God.

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Eighth Sunday after Pentecost

Our devotion is from Restore the Roar!: Daily Devotions for Lent and Easter from Amos and focuses on the Old Testament Reading.

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Seventh Sunday after Pentecost

Our devotion focuses on today’s Gospel and comes from LifeLight: Mark—Leaders Guide.

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Isaiah

The prophet Isaiah is the person we commemorate today, and we take our devotion from Introduction to the Books of the Bible.

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Sixth Sunday after Pentecost

The Old Testament Reading, Lamentations 3:22–33, is our focus today. We take our devotion from Concordia Pulpit Resources.

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St. Peter and St. Paul, Apostles

The reading from Acts is our focus today as we celebrate the Feast of St. Peter and St. Paul.

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Irenaeus of Lyons, Pastor

Irenaeus was a second-century bishop who spoke out against false teachings in his work Against Heresies. One of the theological truths he emphasized is the real presence of Jesus’ body and blood in, with, and under the bread and wine in Holy Communion, which we learn about in an excerpt from Lutheranism 101: The Lord’s Supper.

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Cyril of Alexandria, Pastor and Confessor

When Nestorius claimed that there is no communion between Jesus’ divine and human natures, Cyril passionately defended the truth: the union of the true divine nature and the true human nature in the one person, Jesus Christ. Our devotional text comes from One Truth, Many Lies.

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Jeremiah

We remember today the prophet Jeremiah and read a devotion from Classic Commentary on Jeremiah and Lamentations.

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Presentation of the Augsburg Confession

As we remember the presentation of the Augsburg Confession, we read about what the reformers confessed the church to be—or rather who she is, and who is her head. Our devotion is from Augsburg Today: This We Believe, Teach and Confess.

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Welcome to Today in the Church Year!

We hope that these posts will serve as a resource to your personal and family devotions as you grow in Christ and His Word.

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