“The Lutheran Church may justly claim that, in the Common Service, she possesses and uses “the completest embodiment of the Common Service of the Christian Church of all ages”; a Service “which may he tendered to all Christians who use a fixed Order, the Service of the future as it has been of the past” (Preface to the Common Service). Should this book be of assistance to any one, in awakening interest, or in developing a better understanding, a more intelligent use, and a higher appreciation of the forms of Divine Worship, as the Church of the Reformation conceives and orders it, the very considerable time and labor which its production has cost will not have been spent in vain.” — From the Introduction.
Level of Difficulty: Primer: No subject matter knowledge needed.
Preface by Lutheran Librarian
Order of The Service or The Communion
A Form Of Silent Prayer
The Service Proper
The Office of the Word
The Holy Supper
Matins and Vespers
Index and Glossary
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