Category: 3 DAILY DEVOTIONS

Twelfth Sunday after Trinity – Sunday

And forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors. – Matthew 6:12. We daily sin much.  This, surely, is certain.  And we deserve nothing but punishment.  And we do not deserve that God should accept and hear our prayers

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Eleventh Sunday after Trinity – Saturday

Give us this day our daily bread. – Matthew 6:11. How tenderly mindful our heavenly Father is even of our poor body and its wants and needs!  His Son, our dear Savior, bids us pray: “Give us this day our

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Eleventh Sunday after Trinity – Friday

Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. – Matthew 6:10. God’s will toward us is a good and gracious will.  God wants us to be His dear children and to obtain life everlasting.  He wants us

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Eleventh Sunday after Trinity – Thursday

Thy kingdom come! – Matthew 6:10. Not the Kingdom of Power is meant, for that comprises all creatures in heaven, earth, and hell. The Kingdom of Grace is meant, and the Kingdom of Glory.  That the confines of the Kingdom

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Eleventh Sunday after Trinity – Wednesday

Hallowed be Thy name. – Matthew 6:9. This is the first petition which we are to make.  We should pray that God’s name be hallowed among us.  What name of God?  Why, the name “Father.” We should beg God to

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Eleventh Sunday after Trinity – Tuesday

Our Father who art in heaven. – Matthew 6:9. The Lord’s Prayer is the best prayer there is, for it has been taught us by Jesus Himself.  And Christ instructs us to address God by the name “Father:” “Our Father

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Eleventh Sunday after Trinity – Monday

Pray without ceasing. – 1 Thessalonians 5:17. Scoffers would have this text say that Christians should do nothing but pray all the time.  But let us tell you what is meant.  When a little child is with its mother, and

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Eleventh Sunday after Trinity – Sunday

Pray everywhere. – 1 Timothy 2:8. Yes, you may pray everywhere.  Isaac had gone out to pray in the field at the eventide (Genesis 24:63).  To publicly profess his faith, Daniel prayed at the open window of his house three

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Tenth Sunday after Trinity – Saturday

Pray for one another. – James 5:16. You must not only pray for yourself, my dear Christian, but also for others.  Christians should pray for one another. Since you should love your neighbor as yourself, you should also pray for

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Tenth Sunday after Trinity – Friday

Because ye are sons, God hath sent forth the Spirit of His Son into your hearts, crying, Abba, Father! – Galatians 4:6. Those who do not believe in our dear Savior, Jesus Christ, cannot truly pray in a manner well pleasing

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