The mystery of God’s ways is sometimes hidden from the wise and intelligent. Jesus associates with the lowly and outcast. Like Paul, we struggle with our own selfish desires and seek God’s mercy and forgiveness. We gather to be refreshed by Christ’s invitation: “Come to me, all you that are weary.” Gathered around word, water, and meal, we find rest for our souls.


Zechariah 9:9-12
Psalm 145:8-14
Romans 7:15-25a
Matthew 11:16-19, 25-30

This Week's Readings

MondayJeremiah 27:1-11, 16-22
Romans 1:18-25
Psalm 131
TuesdayJeremiah 28:10-17
Romans 3:1-8
Psalm 131
WednesdayJeremiah 13:1-11
John 13:1-17
Psalm 131
ThursdayIsaiah 48:1-5
Romans 2:12-16
Psalm 65:[1-8]9-13
FridayIsaiah 48:6-11
Romans 15:14-21
Psalm 65:[1-8]9-13
SaturdayIsaiah 52:1-6
John 12:44-50
Psalm 65:[1-8]9-13


You are great, O God, and greatly to be praised. You have made us for yourself, and our hearts are restless until they rest in you. Grant that we may believe in you, call upon you, know you, and serve you, through your Son, Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord. Amen.

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