Prince of Peace in Prayer

Second-Last Sunday of the Church Year

November 17–23, 2019

This week please pray for:

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  • those celebrating anniversaries:

Sunday

Prayers

For the joy of the resurrection among us; for the fruit of faith nourished by the Word and the Sacraments.

Readings

Jeremiah 33:1–22 (34:1—36:32; 45:1—51:64) The Lord promises peace 

Matthew 27:11–32 Jesus and Barabbas   

Psalm 67 (morning)

Psalm 46; 93 (evening)

Monday

Prayers

For faith to live in the promises of Holy Baptism; for one’s calling and daily work; for the unemployed; for the salvation and well–being of our neighbors; for schools, colleges, and seminaries; for good government and for peace.

Readings

Jeremiah 37:1–21 Jeremiah is imprisoned

Matthew 27:33–56 (Revelation 17:1–18) The crucifixion of Jesus 

Psalm 51 (morning)

Psalm 85; 47 (evening)

Tuesday

Prayers

For deliverance against temptation and evil; for the addicted and despairing, the tortured and oppressed; for those struggling with sin.

Readings

Jeremiah 38:1–28 Jeremiah cast into the cistern

Matthew 27:57–66 Jesus is buried   

Psalm 54 (morning)

Psalm 28; 99 (evening)

Wednesday

Prayers

For marriage and family, that husbands and wives, parents and children live in ordered harmony according to the Word of God; for parents who must raise children alone; for our communities and neighborhoods.

Readings

Daniel 1:1–21 Daniel taken to Babylon 

Matthew 28:1–20 The resurrection of Jesus    

Psalm 65 (morning)

Psalm 125; 91 (evening)

Thursday

Prayers

For the Church and her pastors; for teachers, deaconesses, and other church workers; for missionaries and for all who serve the Church; for fruitful and salutary use of the blessed Sacrament of Christ’s body and blood.

Readings

Daniel 2:1–23 Nebuchadnezzar’s dream

Revelation 18:1–24 The fall of Babylon     

Psalm 143 (morning)

Psalm 81; 116 (evening)

Friday

Prayers

For the preaching of the holy cross of our Lord Jesus Christ and for the spread of His knowledge throughout the whole world; for the persecuted and oppressed; for the sick and dying.

Readings

Daniel 2:24–49 Daniel interprets the dream

Revelation 19:1–21 The marriage feast of the Lamb 

Psalm 86 (morning)

Psalm 6; 19 (evening)

Saturday

Prayers

For faithfulness to the end; for the renewal of those who are withering in the faith or have fallen away; for receptive hearts and minds to God’s Word on the Lord’s Day; for pastors and people as they prepare to administer and receive Christ’s holy gifts.

Readings

Daniel 3:1–30 The fiery furnace  

Revelation 20:1–15 Judgment before the white throne  

Psalm 122 (morning)

Psalm 141; 90 (evening)

 

Collect for the Last Sunday of the Church Year

Lord God, heavenly Father, send forth Your Son, we pray, to lead home His bride, the Church, that with all the company of the redeemed we may finally enter into His eternal wedding feast; through Jesus Christ, our Lord, who lives and reigns with You and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen.

 

 

 

Preparing for Sunday, November 24, Last Sunday of the Church Year

Readings

Isaiah 65:17–25 New heavens and a new earth

1Thessalonians 5:1–11 The Day of the Lord

Matthew 25:1–13 The Parable of the Ten Maidens

 

Hymns

514 The Bridegroom Soon Will Call Us

516 Wake, Awake, for Night Is Flying

680 Thine the Amen, Thine the Praise

 

Luther’s 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.

 

Luther’s 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.

ABOUT US

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