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These devotion aids are for use in your home devotions and study.

Martin Luther's suggestion for the Morning Blessing

In the morning, as soon as you get out of bed, you are to make the sign of the holy cross and say:

       "God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit watch over me. Amen."

Then, kneeling or standing, say the
The Apostles' Creed and The Lord's Prayer. If you wish, you may in addition recite this little prayer as well:  Martin Luther's Morning Prayer.

After singing a hymn perhaps (for example, one of the Ten Commandments) or whatever else may serve your devotion, you are to go to your work joyfully.

Martin Luther's suggestion for the Evening Blessing

In the evening, when you go to bed, you are to make the sign of the holy cross and say:

        "God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit watch over me. Amen."

Then, kneeling or standing, say the
The Apostles' Creed and The Lord's Prayer. If you may, you may in addition recite this little prayer as well: 
Martin Luther's Evening Prayer

Then you are to go to sleep quickly and cheerfully.

Scripture Readings and Study Resources

Daily Lectionary
      The daily lectionary has been prepared as a companion to the Revised Common
      Lectionary that is used on Sunday mornings.

      For commentary and choral reflections on the scripture readings for each Sunday, go
      to Sing for Joy, a ministry of St. Olaf College.

Enter the Bible - an online ministry of Luther Seminary - Here you’ll find a wealth of resources to help you grow in your faith, add depth to your Bible studies and truly discover the people, places and events of the Bible. Think of Enter the Bible as your guide, a helpful reference tool to accompany you in your reading of the Bible

Pastor Horner's Thursday Morning Bible Study - MP3 audio files
      (To listen to the audio file, double click on the date.  To download the file, right click on
      the date and left click on save target as.  CDs of the Bible study are available in the church

The topic for winter/spring 2015 are the books of Judges and Ruth
      May 21, 2015 - Pastor Horner
      May 14, 2015 - Pastor Horner
      May 7, 2015 - Pastor Brock
      April 30, 2015 - Not available
      April 23, 2015 - Pastor Horner
      April 16, 2015 - Not available
      April 9, 2015 - Pastor Horner
      March 26, 2015 - Pastor Horner
      March 19, 2015 - Not available
      March 12, 2015 - Pastor Horner
      March 5, 2015 - Cancelled
      February 26, 2015 - Not available
      February 19, 2015 - Not available
      February 12, 2015 - Not available
      February 5, 2015 - Not available
      January 29,2015 - Not available
      January 22, 2015 - Pastor Horner
      January 15, 2015 - Pastor Horner
      January 8, 2015 - Not available

oremus Bible Browser (http://bible.oremus.org/)
      A free service for reading and researching Scripture online.  Available translations
      include the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV), an Anglicized edition of the NRSV
      (the system default version) and the Authorized (King James) Version.  It includes
      word search capabilities.

      A free service for reading and researching Scripture online using a variety of Bible
      translations.  It includes word search

Daily Devotions and Other Devotion Resources

God Pause Daily Devotions - Daily devotions by alumni/ae of Luther Seminary

EarlyWord - A brief, daily devotion written by Pastor Dick Williams of Akron, Ohio.

Frontline Devotions from Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Gaithersburg, Maryland
Lutheran Men in Mission - Weekly Call to Prayer - Wednesday Noon...or whenever possible

Living Proof with Beth Moore - weekly audio message
      Beth Moore's ministry is primarily for women.  Trinity's women's weekday Bible study
      group has been using resources by Beth Moore and these audio messages make her
      insights available to all women at their own convenience.

Agnus Day
      Agnus Day is the only lectionary-based comic strip on the planet. Each week, Rick
      (the one with the dark nose) and Ted discuss one of the assigned readings from the
      Common Lectionary. Their conversation drives at a point and sometimes sparks a
      laugh.  Agnus Day is the creation of Pastor James Wetzstein, a Lutheran pastor.

Bible Study Baseball
      Bible Study Baseball is an approach to Bible study that is similar to Lectio Divina,
      but uses a baseball metaphor.

The Labyrinth - A gift to the community from Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church and Mount Calvary Episcopal Church

Online presentation of Trinity's Way of the Cross 

The Apostles' Creed

Prayers and Prayer Resources

The Lord's Prayer

Martin Luther's Morning Prayer

Martin Luther's Evening Prayer

Trinity Prayer Concerns and Every Member Prayer List
      The prayer concerns are changed each month.  Consider using some or all
      of the prayer concerns in your daily meditations and devotions.  The every
      member prayer list is changed each week.  Please remember these people
      in your daily prayers.

In God's Hands: The Ecumenical Prayer Cycle
      From the World Council of Churches: The Ecumenical Prayer Cycle enables us to
      journey in prayer through every region of the world and through every week of the
      year affirming our solidarity with Christians all over the world, brothers and sisters
      living in diverse situations, experiencing diverse problems and sharing diverse gifts.
      Lord, hear our prayer ...

Lectio Divina
      The art of the contemplative praying of the scriptures

Other Resources

Martin Luther's Small Catechism

The Augsburg Confession

The Book of Concord

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