We read about the Gospel of the day with a devotion from The Wedding at Cana: Arch Books.
We live in a culture that is apathetic toward religion. In America, most people at least know of Jesus, but many don’t identify as being a Christian.
“Love is patient, love is kind. . .”
Our devotion today, on the commemoration of Basil and the two Gregorys, comes from History of Theology, Fourth Revised Edition.
“You are what you eat!” We’ve all heard it, right? And, at this time of year, with Christmas and New Year’s parties chock full of sweet and savory goodies that could tempt the cleanest eater into indulging, one might be considering a New Year’s resolution to watch more carefully what’s eaten—after January 1, of course.
Today’s devotion for the commemoration of Wilhelm Loehe is from Love Leaves Home: Wilhelm Loehe and the Missouri Synod.
Our devotion is about the Gospel of the day and comes from Come, Immanuel.