Today we consider Paul’s Letter to Philemon about Philemon’s conflict with his slave Onesimus, who had run away. Paul encourages Philemon to reconcile with Onesimus because God has forgiven our sin and reconciled us to Himself.
Aquila and Priscilla were a husband and wife in the Early Church. When they heard Apollos speak about the baptism of John, they taught him the rest of the story: about Jesus’ incarnation, death, and resurrection.
For today’s devotion, we look at the significance of God changing Jacob’s name to Israel.
The Old Testament Reading, 1 Samuel 1:21–28, is our focus today.
Today is the Feast of St. Titus, and we read a devotion on Titus 1:4 from Reformation Heritage Bible Commentary: 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon.
We read today a devotion about the conversion of St. Paul that is pulled from Growing in Christ: Middle School Teacher Guide (NT5).
Our devotion on the remembrance of St. Timothy today comes from Mentoring: A Tool for Ministry.
Our devotion today, on the commemoration of Basil and the two Gregorys, comes from History of Theology, Fourth Revised Edition.
Today’s devotion for the commemoration of Wilhelm Loehe is from Love Leaves Home: Wilhelm Loehe and the Missouri Synod.
Today’s devotion for the commemoration of David comes from Growing in Christ: Lower Elementary Teacher Guide (OT3).