Lent Resource — The Lord’s Prayer and His Passion: Daily Readings During Lent

February 28th, 2014 Post by


Every week at divine service and maybe every day at home, we pray the Lord’s Prayer, but do we realize its meaning for our faith and life and how it relates to Jesus’ redemptive work for us?  As a daily devotional for Lent, I have compiled these daily readings, interspersed with the portions of the Lord’s Prayer and their meaning from Luther’s Small Catechism from the 2001 edition of the ELS Catechism and Explanation.  This pdf  is printable into double-sided, tri-fold brochure.

Lord’s Prayer readings (PDF)

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  1. February 28th, 2014 at 13:17 | #1

    Putting that into a tri-fold format is pretty handy. Increases the likelihood of actually using it. Thanks for the work done on this.

  2. Mrs. Hume
    February 28th, 2014 at 22:33 | #2

    Thanks. I just was thinking that I hadn’t looked for anything yet. Now this just fell in my lap. Very kind of you to share.

  3. March 5th, 2014 at 10:30 | #3

    Thank you, Pastor Stafford. We’ve got them out at all four congregations. We really appreciate your work on this for us.

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