Oratio

Begin your morning in word and prayer with Rev. Kenneth Bomberger, who shares scripture, hymns, prayers, and texts for the day, and also gives a short meditation on the day’s scripture lessons.

Show Time: Monday-Friday at 7:15 a.m. Central Time
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Psalm 18
His Time – Scripture Studies: Psalm 18, Proverbs 9, Zechariah 2 & 3

Rev. Jonathan Fisk meditates on today’s readings from Psalm 18, Proverbs 9, and Zechariah 2 & 3.

Fear The Lord
His Time – What Does It Mean to Fear the Lord?

Rev. Jonathan Fisk meditates on the fear of the Lord.

Psalm 6
His Time – Scripture Studies: Psalm 6, Daily Reading

Rev. Jonathan Fisk meditates on today’s reading from Psalm 6 and the Daily Ready from the Treasury of Daily Prayer.

Psalm 131
His Time – Scripture Studies: Psalm 131, Proverbs 8, Commemoration of St. Timothy

Rev. Jonathan Fisk meditates on today’s readings from Psalm 131 and Proverbs 8, as well as the reading for today from the Treasury of Daily Prayer for the commemoration of St. Timothy.

Psalm 139
His Time – Scripture Studies: Psalm 139, Proverbs 2, Joel 2

Rev. Jonathan Fisk meditates on today’s readings from Psalm 139, Proverbs 2, and Joel 2.

Gospel of Matthew
His Time – Who Is Matthew?

Rev. Jonathan Fisk meditates on who Matthew is, as in the Gospel of Matthew.

Psalm 117
His Time – Scripture Studies: Psalm 117, Proverbs 2

Rev. Jonathan Fisk meditates on today’s readings from Psalm 117 and Proverbs 2.

Psalm 15
His Time – Scripture Studies: Psalm 15, Proverbs 3, Reading from Ephraim Syrus

Rev. Jonathan Fisk meditates on today’s readings from Psalm 15, Proverbs 3, and the reading from the Treasury of Daily Prayer.

Psalm 44
His Time – Scripture Studies: Psalm 44, Proverbs 8, Ezekiel 40 & 43

Rev. Jonathan Fisk meditates on today’s readings from Psalm 44, Proverbs 8, and Ezekiel 40 & 43.

Number Of Sacraments
His Time – Why does the number of sacraments matter?

Rev. Jonathan Fisk meditates on a listener question regarding the number of sacraments in the Lutheran church and why it matters.