Friday, October 31, 2008


The Gospel reading for the observation of Reformation Day was John 8:31-36. Here, Jesus tells the Jews who had believed in him, “If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”

The latest devotional resource from Concordia Publishing House has arrived, and in my opinion, you won’t find a better one—anywhere. The challenge of flipping from one book to another has been removed, as the Treasury of Daily Prayer is “one stop shopping” at its best: psalmody, full Old and New Testament reading, devotional writing from the Church Fathers, hymnody, prayers, full liturgies, and more!

Quoting from the box in which it came: “Whether use by individuals, families, or small groups, the Treasury embraces the centuries-old practice of daily structured devotion and prayer. Thus this conversation with God, rooted in His Word, becomes again for His people a means to sanctify and mark time, placing our minutes and days in the context of eternity.”

I encourage you to check out the Treasury of Daily Prayer here ( This resource will keep you rooted in the Word of Christ, where truth is made known, and the Gospel of Jesus Christ will set you free from the yoke of slavery.


Scot K said...

Thanks for the endorsement, Greg

Jamie said...

I'm looking forward to going through this with you!!