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Here’s a good reminder as we enter the weekend! Excerpt from the Family Bible Plan. If you or your church is looking for a new Bible study, check this one out here: AnchoredAbode.com/church #biblestudy #bible #familybibleplan #bibleplan #biblereadingplan #biblereading #church... (More)
PostCHRISTIANS UNITEDJesus is kingChristianityJesus ChristThat ye may know that you have eternal life by faith in Christ Jesus.Welcome friends! God has called us to grassroots activism within our Church, politics and culture. We are conservative Aggie Catholics and we were born to interact with our world through our faith primarily. That’s our guiding force. So I dedicate this page and ask the intercession of the Holy Family to help us view lif CALVARY LUTHERAN CHRCH Weekly Prayers (posted 01.26.2021) ================================= “And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us.” In the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. O Lord, “If you would mark iniquities, O Lord, who would stand? But with You there is forgiveness, that You may be feared.” As a Father who deeply loves His children, You promise to freely forgive us as we repent of our sins. To that end, lend your fatherly ear to my petitions: For the ill, suffering, injured: O Lord, without You, man has no hope for the sick to be healed or the sinner to be forgiven; yet You have shown Your power and will to do both. Hear my prayer for those who are ill, suffering, or injured, especially Richard Mulles, Debbie Kufeld's niece Ruth and those afflicted by the pandemic; comfort them with the certainty that – because their sins have been forgiven on account of Christ Crucified – they may be certain that you will provide for their temporal health and their eternal well-being, in accord with Your will. For the anxious, lonely: O God, You promise to answer those who call upon You in their day of trouble. Hear my prayer on behalf of Calvary’s members who are homebound or in care communities; forgive them where – in trial and tribulation – they grow weary and doubt your Word. Strengthen them through Your Word of Truth and its promises, reminding them that – because they are forgiven in Christ – nothing can separate them from Your love. For the mourning: O Lord, You take no delight in the death of even the wicked, but desire all men to be saved, and have given Your only-begotten Son to bear the sins of all the world. Hear my prayer on behalf of those who mourn the death of a loved ones. Comfort them with the promise that we have been forgiven in Christ, so that all who die in Christ still live with Him in paradise so that the bereaved would not grieve as those who have no hope, but as those to whom belongs the certain hope of “the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting.” For the rejoicing: O Lord, because You have paid the redemption price in Christ, and have forgiven all our trespasses, You also delight in giving us every blessing under heaven. Hear my prayer of thanksgiving on behalf of Michael Koonce upon completing his adult instruction and indeed all Calvary members as we count our blessings. Grant es thankful hearts that rejoice in the many blessings that flow to us as ones forgiven through the blood of the Lamb. Please bless our leaders with strength and wisdom in these troubled times that we live peaceful and holy lives. ( here pray for family, friends, pastor, church, leaders, and persecuted Christians.) Hear these my petitions, O Heavenly Father, for the sake of Your Son, in Whom we have the forgiveness of sins and, thus, the right to come to you as dear children who have been taught to pray, “Our Father, who art in heaven…” ================================= Calvary Lutheran Church of Elgin (CLCE)
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