Hymns for October 21, 2018

Sunday, October 21, 2018, Hymns
21st Sunday after Trinity (LSB Divine Service – Setting 4)

Hymn of Invocation: LSB #500, “Creator Spirit, by Whose Aid”
Hymn of the Day: LSB #607, “From Depths of Woe I Cry to Thee”
Offering Hymn: LSB #520, “Stars of the Morning, So Gloriously Bright”
Distribution Hymns:  LSB #621, “Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence”
LSB #589, “Speak, O Lord, Your Servant Listens”
LSB #662, “Onward, Christian Soldiers”
LSB #692, “Praise to You and Adoration”
Evening Hymn: LSB #888, “O Gladsome Light, O Grace” (5 PM Only)

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Scripture Readings for October 21, 2018

Scripture Readings for October 21, 2018
21st Sunday after Trinity (LSB Divine Service-Setting 4)

PSALM: Psalm 8
OLD TESTAMENT: 2 Samuel 7:18-29
GRADUAL: Psalm 90:1-2
EPISTLE: Ephesians 6:10-17
GOSPEL: John 4:46-54

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Catechism Lesson for the Week of October 14, 2018

Dr. Luther’s Small Catechism lesson for the week of October 14, 2018:

[VI] THE SACRAMENT OF THE ALTAR

IN THE PLAIN FORM IN WHICH THE HEAD OF THE FAMILY
SHALL TEACH IT TO HIS HOUSEHOLD

 

How can bodily eating and drinking produce such great effects?

Answer: The eating and drinking do not in themselves produce them, but the words “for you” and “for the forgiveness of sins.” These words, when accompanied by the bodily eating and drinking, are the chief thing in the sacrament, and he who believes these words has what they say and declare: the forgiveness of sins.[1]

[1]Tappert, T. G. 2000, c1959. The Book of Concord: The confessions of the evangelical Lutheran church. Fortress Press: Philadelphia
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Hymns for October 14, 2018

Sunday, October 14, 2018, Hymns
20th Sunday after Trinity (LSB Divine Service – Setting 3)

Entrance Hymn: LSB #670, “Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones”
Hymn of the Day: LSB #828, “We Are Called to Stand Together”
Offering Hymn: LSB #723, “The Lord is My Light”
Distribution Hymns:  LSB #636, “Soul, Adorn Yourself with Gladness”
LSB #830, “Spread the Reign of God the Lord”
LSB #737, “Rejoice, My Heart, Be Glad and Sing”
Evening Hymn: LSB #881, “Christ, Mighty Savior” (5 PM Only)

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Scripture Readings for October 14, 2018

Scripture Readings for October 14, 2018
20th Sunday after Trinity (LSB Divine Service-Setting 3)

PSALM: Psalm 27:1-9
OLD TESTAMENT: Isaiah 55:1-9
GRADUAL: Psalm 145:15-16
EPISTLE: Ephesians 5:15-21
GOSPEL: Matthew 22:1-14

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Catechism Lesson for the Week of October 7, 2018

Dr. Luther’s Small Catechism lesson for the week of October 7, 2018:

[I] THE TEN COMMANDMENTS

IN THE PLAIN FORM IN WHICH THE HEAD OF THE FAMILY
SHALL TEACH IT TO HIS HOUSEHOLD

THE EIGHTH

“You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.”

 What does this mean?

Answer:  We should fear and love God, and so we should not tell lies about our neighbor, nor betray, slander, or defame him, but should apologize for him, speak well of him, and interpret charitably all that he does.[1]

[1]Tappert, T. G. 2000, c1959. The book of concord : The confessions of the evangelical Lutheran church. Fortress Press: Philadelphia
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Hymns for October 7, 2018

Sunday, October 7, 2018, Hymns
19th Sunday after Trinity (LSB Divine Service – Setting 3)

Hymn of Invocation: LSB #686, “Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing”
Hymn of the Day: LSB #708, “Lord, Thee I Love with All My Heart”
LWML Offering Hymn: “With Joy, We Come Together”
Distribution Hymns:  LSB #571, “God Loved the World So That He Gave”
LSB #620, “Jesus Comes Today with Healing”
LSB #659, “Lord of Our Life”
LSB #533, “Jesus Has Come and Brings Pleasure”
Evening Hymn: LSB #882, “O Christ, Who Art the Light and Day” (5 PM Only)

Please note the above links will open a separate window with an MP3 recording of the hymn from a shared Google folder.  You can also access additional information related to the composer history, hymn texts, scripture references, additional recordings, and much more related to the Lutheran Service Book (LSB), available at Hymnary.org.
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Scripture Readings for October 7, 2018

Scripture Readings for October 7, 2018
19th Sunday after Trinity (LSB Divine Service-Setting 3)

PSALM: Psalm 84
OLD TESTAMENT: Genesis 28:10-17
GRADUAL: Psalm 141:2
EPISTLE: Ephesians 4:22-28
GOSPEL: Matthew 9:1-8

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Catechism Lesson for the Week of September 30, 2018

Dr. Luther’s Small Catechism lesson for the week of September 30, 2018:

 [I] THE TEN COMMANDMENTS

IN THE PLAIN FORM IN WHICH THE HEAD OF THE FAMILY
SHALL TEACH THEM TO HIS HOUSEHOLD

 THE FIRST

“You shall have no other gods.”

What does this mean?

Answer: We should fear, love and trust in God above all things.[1]

[1] Tappert, T. G. 2000, c1959. The book of concord : The confessions of the evangelical Lutheran church. Fortress Press: Philadelphia
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Hymns for September 30, 2018

Sunday, September 30, 2018, Hymns
18th Sunday after Trinity (LSB Divine Service – Setting 4)

Hymn of Invocation: LSB #549, “All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name”
Hymn of the Day: LSB #694, “Thee Will I Love, My Strength, My Tower”
Offering Hymn: LSB #520, “Stars of the Morning, So Gloriously Bright”
Distribution Hymns:  LSB #637, “Draw Near and Take the Body of the Lord”
LSB #629, “What Is This Bread”
LSB #852, “O God of Mercy, God of Might”
LSB #919, “Abide, O Dearest Jesus”
Evening Hymn: LSB #891, “O Light Whose Splendor” (5 PM Only)

Please note the above links will open a separate window with an MP3 recording of the hymn from a shared Google folder.  You can also access additional information related to the composer history, hymn texts, scripture references, additional recordings, and much more related to the Lutheran Service Book (LSB), available at Hymnary.org.
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