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August 2, 2015 - Pentecost 10, series B

The following reading from the CONCORDIA edition of the Book of Concord is for the John 6:22-35 for the Pentecost 10, series B, August 2, 2015.

It is from Large Catechism, Part III, page 414.

Jesus was trying to help those who came to Him looking for bread. Jesus wanted them to look to Him who could give them "the food that endures to eternal life."

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Pastor Doug May
Socorro, New Mexico

A READING FROM THE BOOK OF CONCORDPENTECOST 10, SERIES B
LARGE CATECHISMPART III, THE LORDíS PRAYER

We pray that many may find entrance into the kingdom of grace, be made partakers of redemption, and be led to it by the Holy Spirit, so that we may all together remain forever in the one kingdom now begun.

For the coming of God's kingdom to us happens in two ways: (a) here in time through the Word and faith; and (b) in eternity forever through revelation. Now we pray for both these things. We pray that the kingdom may come to those who are not yet in it, and, by daily growth that it may come to us who have received it, both now and hereafter in eternal life. All this is nothing other than saying, "Dear Father, we pray, give us first Your Word, so that the Gospel may be preached properly throughout the world. Second, may the Gospel be received in faith and work and live in us, so that through the Word and the Holy Spirit's power, Your kingdom may triumph among us. And we pray that the devil's kingdom be put down, so that he may have no right or power over us, until at last his power may be utterly destroyed. So sin, death, and hell shall be exterminated. Then we may live forever in perfect righteousness and blessedness".

From this you see that we do not pray here for a crust of bread or a temporal, perishable good. Instead, we pray for an eternal inestimable treasure and everything that God Himself possesses. (paragraphs 52-55)



Condensed from CONCORDIA: THE LUTHERAN CONFESSIONS, copyright 2005,2006 by Concordia Publishing House. Used by permission. All rights reserved. To purchase a copy of CONCORDIA, call 800-325-3040.

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