Good Shepherd Lutheran Church & School LCMS

4311 104th St. Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158

Phone: 262-694-4405     Fax: 262-694-0964

Church Office Email: gslutheranoffice@gmail.com

Pastor Email: pastorwillman@gmail.com

School Email: gspreschool34@gmail.com 

 

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Congregation at Prayer: Sexagesima

February 24, 2019

The Congregation at Prayer

A guide for daily meditation and prayer

Sexagesima Lord 2019

 

Invocation

In the name of the Father and of the + Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

 

Apostles’ Creed Catechism on pg. 15, and inside back cover of LSB

 

Psalm Psalm 84

 

Daily Readings (Also found in LSB on pg. 299)

Day

Old Testament

New Testament

Sunday

Job 19:1-12, 21-27

John 8:1-20

Monday

Job 20:1-23, 29

John 8:21-38

Tuesday

Job 21:1-21

John 8:39-59

Wednesday

Job 30:1-16

John 9:1-23

Thursday

Job 31:1-12, 33-40

John 9:24-41

Friday

Job 32:1-22

John 10:1-21

Saturday

Job 33:19-34:9

John 10:22-42

 

Catechism: The Lord’s Prayer – The Conclusion

 

Hymn May God Bestow on Us His Grace LSB 824

 

Prayers

In Our Prayers This Week

Richard England (Clara Higgins uncle diagnosed with cancer), Tim Miller (Marv and Dorothy Miller’s son diagnosed with cancer), Tom Fredericksen (recovering from surgery), Dick Nelson (recovering from knee replacement surgery), Gary Sorensen, Don Mueller (Jamie Andrews’ grandfather), David Serkowski (friend of the Sorensens), Howard Thiel, Matt Kruse, Sue Barton, Hugh Hunkeler (Bev Bartel’s son-in-law, has detached retina), Christine Stevens (Clara Higgins’ sister in law diagnosed with cancer), Caden Andrews (Jamie Andrews’ nephew diagnosed with colon cancer), Amy Pitchers (Anna Willman’s friend diagnosed with stage 4 cancer)

 

Collect of the Week

O God, the strength of all who put their trust in You, mercifully grant that by Your power we may be defended against all adversity; through Jesus Christ, Your Son, our Lord, who lives and reigns with You and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen.

 

 

Lord’s Prayer

 

Morning Prayer

I thank You, my heavenly Father, through Jesus Christ, Your dear Son, that You have kept me this night from all harm and danger; and I pray that You would keep me this day also from sin and every evil, that all my doings and life may please You. For into Your hands I commend myself, my body and soul, and all things. Let Your holy angel be with me, that the evil foe may have no power over me. Amen.

Evening Prayer

I thank You, my heavenly Father, through Jesus Christ, Your dear Son, that you have graciously kept me this day; and I pray that you would forgive me all my sins where I have done wrong, and graciously keep me this night. For into Your hands I commend myself, my body and soul, and all things. Let Your holy angel be with me, that the evil foe may have

no power over me. Amen.

Mealtime Prayer

The eyes of all look to You, O Lord, and You give them their food at the proper time. You open your hand and satisfy the desires of every living thing.

Lord God, heavenly Father, bless us and these Your gifts which we receive from Your bountiful goodness, through Jesus Christ, our Lord. Amen.

 

Quinquagesima

1 Samuel 16:1-13

Psalm 89:18-29

1 Corinthians 13:1-13

Luke 18:31-43

 

The seeing are blind, while the one who is blind can see (Luke 18:31–43). Jesus tells the twelve that He is going up to Jerusalem to suffer and die and rise again, but they cannot understand or grasp what He is saying. The meaning of His words is hidden from their sight. However, as Jesus makes His way up to Jerusalem, a blind man calls out to Him for mercy. This blind man sees that Jesus is the Messiah, the Savior, for he calls Him “Son of David.” Indeed, Jesus is the Lord’s anointed, the keeper of sheep (1 Sam. 16:1–13) who goes to lay down His life for the sheep. He is the incarnate love of the Father who suffers long and is kind, who is not puffed up, who never fails us (1 Cor. 13:1–13). Jesus opens the eyes of the blind (Is. 35:3–7) to see Him not according to outward appearances of lowliness, but according to His heart of mercy and compassion. Those who behold Him thus by faith follow Him to the cross through death into life.

 

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