¿Qué es un leccionario?
How to use it
Fasting & Praying
The practice of these spiritual disciplines is vital for the correct understanding of Scripture. Before reading the suggested passages, invest time fasting and praying, asking that your reading of His word may be productive, and that everyone participating in the worship service may understand His message.
Read & Contemplate
Read all the suggested passages, as many times as possible. Contemplate what they are saying, and try to connect the Truth of each text with the list of topics each sermon will cover.
Write it down
Put your ideas and thoughts on paper. Also, take note of any questions or doubts that may emerge after your time of reading and contemplation. Bring your notes to the service, on Sunday morning, and expand them with the preaching of His word.
Advent| November 28, 2021 to December 12, 2021
THE CONCISE EXPECTATION
THEMES / TOPICS
With Anticipation and Perspective
Jeremiah 33: 14-16; Genesis 19: 15-17; Genesis 19: 23-29; Psalm 25; 1 Thessalonians 3: 9-13; Luke 21: 25-36
Hope, Faith, Action, Holiness, Compassion, Generosity, Humanity
Malachi 3:1–4; Psalm 24; Philippians 1:3–11; 1 Corinthians 4:1–5; Luke 3:1–6
Zephaniah 3:14–17; Nehemiah 8:9–18; Psalm 130; Psalm 14; Philippians 4:4–7; Luke 3:7–18
- Epiphany – The Accessible God (January 10)
- Lent – The Contemplative Life (February 21)
- Resurrection – Hope Abundant (April 4)
- Pentecost – The impossible renewal (May 23)
- Pentecost – The worthy walk (August 1)
- End Time – The thankful life (October 31)
- Advent – The concise expectation (November 28)
- Christmas – The generous life (December 19)