Our Sacred Roots: The Priesthood of All Believers

K ingdomtide : R emembering the S aints , E xalting the K ing


Twenty-first Sunday after Pentecost October 30 - November 5, 2022 • Proper 26 According to God’s holy promise, the saints of Christ will dine at the marriage supper of the Lamb, a feast of love and communion with the risen Lord and Savior himself. The Feast of Christ the King, the last Sunday before Advent, anticipates the day when Christ will reign supreme, and the saints of God will never again leave the presence of their Lord. God has been remarkably gracious to his creation, entrusting his blessings and possessions to us: life, health, goods, wealth, even our moments and time. As believers, let us give thanks to the Father through Jesus Christ for his abundant love and grace, his gifts and direction, his provision and instruction. Following his example and his love for those who give cheerfully, let us give neither reluctantly nor under compulsion. Rather, let us with an open soul give as we decide in our hearts, sowing bountifully to the Lord who gives all things to enjoy. WEEK 49 THIS WEEK’S THEME Reborn to Serve: A Generous Spirit Give Cheerfully, 2 Corinthians 9.6-11

Daily Devotional Guide Preparing Our Hearts

Invocation: Our Prayer of Acclamation Thank you, heavenly Father, for the wondrous generosity you have bestowed upon us all: provisions in life and godliness, a generosity chiefly seen in the gracious gift of your only Son as the Savior of the world. In the spirit of your gracious love to us each day, help us to cultivate a generous spirit like

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