The Book of Order, the Constitution of the Presbyterian Church (USA), encourages us to engage in daily prayer and reminds us that “the daily challenge of discipleship requires the daily nurture of worship. Daily personal worship is a discipline for attending to God and accepting God’s grace.”
A lectionary system provides designated daily readings to read the Bible methodically over the course of two years. Assigning the readings to a specific date allows all of us to be praying the same scriptures daily – enhancing not only our conversations with God, but also our prayerful connections with each other. Thus, even in a solitary activity such as personal daily devotions, we are building community. We invite you to join this community by reading today’s lectionary passages along with us.