Reading the Word of God in 2019

ONLINE – In 2017, Lutheran Church–Canada joined The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod and the North American Lutheran Church in releasing a three-year Scripture reading plan, which began in 2018. With the beginning of a new year, participants are now preparing to enter their second year of readings.

You can now download the 2019 calendar of readings as a pdf.

“In order to encourage the people of our church bodies in the daily reading of Holy Scripture, we have compiled a three-year plan of daily Bible readings and a year-long series of weekly readings on Martin Luther’s approach to the Scriptures,” noted an introduction to the three-year reading plan when it was first released. “The suggested readings are offered for one reason only—to enhance devotional life as an individual or a family daily examines, and is examined by, the Word of God, and then responds in prayer to the heavenly Father.”

In addition to the 2019 readings, you can also download the 2020 readings.

For more information on the dialogue between LCC, the LCMS, and NALC which resulted in the three-year plan, or to download readings, visit www.canadianlutheran.ca/daily-reading/.

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Reading the Word of God in 2019

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Posted On: January 2, 2019
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