To a fearful and weary people, Isaiah proclaims a word of comfort. We need to hear that same word in our fears and weariness.
SATURDAY EVENING WORSHIP
Modified Traditional Worship
A modified traditional worship service; generally less than 45 minutes.
We gather in the chapel on the Front Street side of the building near Fourth Street
SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP
We gather in the main sanctuary for liturgical Lutheran worship,
accompanied by the pipe organ and featuring our excellent choir.
Sunday School, Adult study, Coffee & Fellowship
Led by our Praise Team, we share contemporary Christian music,
God’s Word and prayer in the main sanctuary.
Devotions for this week: Promise of the Messiah – Dec. 1, 2019
SHARE: What was a high point of your day? What was a low point?
READ: Read the following daily readings to deepen your understanding
Monday, Mark 8:27-29, Who Do You Say that I Am?
Tuesday, Jeremiah 1:4-10, I Am Only a Boy
Wednesday, Jeremiah 1:11-19, Boiling Pot
Thursday, Jeremiah 2:1-8, Jeremiah Speaks
Friday, Jeremiah 33:19-26, Covenant with David
Saturday Jeremiah 34:1-7, Promise of Salvation
Go to clergystuff.com/daily-devotions for devotions on the daily readings.
TALK: Consider some of these ideas
“The days are surely coming, says the Lord, when I will fulfill the promise I made to the house of Israel and the house of Judah.” (Jeremiah 33:14)
Judah was decimated – conquered and exiled by Babylon. Through Jeremiah, God promised an end to their misery. A savior from the line of David would come one day.
- Think of a tough promise that someone kept. Why do you think they followed through? What makes someone good at keeping promises?
- When have you felt brokenhearted, was it easy to hear that things would get better? What helped you move on?
PRAY: O God, you can be trusted to remember and fulfill your promises. We wait with hopeful anticipation for our savior, eager to spread the light of your coming kingdom. In Jesus’ name. Amen.
BLESS: You are beloved and worth the promise of God’s love. Amen.