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The fifth Sunday after Epiphany continues to highlight unlikely instruments and circumstances appointed to reveal the glory of the Lord. “Who will go for us?” queries the voice of the Lord. A man of unclean lips, a former persecutor of the church of God, and three fishermen who couldn’t catch a thing. More surprising still, perhaps, is the fact that we are also called.

Prayer:

Most holy God, the earth is filled with your glory, and before you angels and saints stand in awe. Enlarge our vision to see your power at work in the world, and by your grace make us heralds of your Son, Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord. Amen.

Readings:

Isaiah 6:1-8 [9-13]
Psalm 138
1 Corinthians 15:1-11

This Weeks Readings

Fifth Sunday after Epiphany - February 10, 2019
MondayJudges 5:1-11
1 Corinthians 14:26-40
Psalm 115
Tuesday1 Samuel 9:15-10:1b
1 Timothy 3:1-9
Psalm 115
WednesdayIsaiah 8:1-15
Luke 5:7-32
Psalm 115
ThursdayJeremiah 13:12-19
Acts 13:26-34
Psalm
FridayJeremiah 13:20-27
1 Peter 1:17-2:1
Psalm
SaturdayJeremiah 17:1-4
Luke 11:24-28
Psalm