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LCMS One-Year Lectionary Added

By request, we now have the historic one year lectionary of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. While most LCMS churches follow the newer three-year lectionary, many do use the traditional lectionary which is closer to the one from which Martin Luther preached many sermons.

One of the goals of Word to Worship is to help tie both the "traditional" and "contemporary" aspects of worship closer together and closer to the Word of God. So I'm happy to welcome all those that use this lectionary in their worship based on the Word revealed, and to the glory of the Word made flesh.

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Opening The Treasures More Lavishly

At the Second Vatican Council the bishops declared, "The treasures of the Bible are to be opened up more lavishly so that a richer fare may be provided for the faithful at the table of God's word." From that declaration came the Lectionary for Mass, a three-year cycle of readings for Sundays and major feasts. Word to Worship now supports that lectionary, including support for the deuterocanonical books (Tobit, Judith, 1 and 2 Maccabees, Wisdom, Sirach, and Baruch) which previously would not have been recognized, and we welcome our many Roman Catholic friends who follow it.

It is a joy to open this site more lavishly to all those who worship our Risen Lord, Christ Jesus so we may honor him more fully. I echo the desire of that Council for all the faithful that "through Christ the Mediator, they should be drawn day by day into ever more perfect union with God and with each other, so that finally God may be all in all." Amen.

Word to Worship Goes Mobile

WordToWorship.com is now more mobile friendly. No more constant squinting and pinching and zooming. Try it out. We've tested it out on a few devices but please let me know if anything doesn't look right on your device.


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