THE GOSPEL OF LUKE
Jesus invites us to come into a relationship with himself and with each other.
His teachings, parables, and displays of powerful compassion connect us with the divine source of life, love, and purpose.
|September 8th||Cost of Disipleship||Luke 14:25-33|
|September 15th||Parables of Lost Sheep and Coin||Luke 15:1-10|
|September 22nd||Parable of the Dishonest Steward||Luke 16:1-13|
|September 29th||Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus||Luke 16:9-31|
|October 6th||Sayings about Faith||Luke 17:5-10|
|October 13th||Healing of Ten Lepers||Luke 17:11-19|
|October 20th||Parable of the Widow and the Unjust Judge||Luke 18:1-8|
|October 27th||Parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector||Luke 18:9-14|
|November 3rd||Salvation of Zaccheus||Luke 19:1-10|
|November 10th||About Resurection||Luke 20:27-38|
|November 17th||The End of Time||Luke 21:5-19|
|November 24th||The Reign of Christ||Luke 23:33-43|
The Sunday Lectionary is a three-year cycle of weekly readings. This lectionary is built around the seasons of the Church Year. During most of the year, the lections are: a reading from the Old Testament, a Psalm, a reading from the Epistles, and a Gospel reading.
The Daily Lectionary expands the range of biblical reading in worship and personal devotion. These readings complement the Sunday readings: Thursday through Saturday readings help prepare the reader for the Sunday ahead; Monday through Wednesday readings help the reader reflect on and digest what they heard in worship.