Reformation and All Saints' Day is often celebrated the last Sunday of October and the first Sunday of November. These two Sundays remind us first of the great defenders of the Faith who stood nobly for the Glory of Christ and the confession of the church eternal. Second, we remember all those whom our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ has called home. We pray as a church on these Sundays, and the rest of the last Sundays of the church year before the start of Advent, that Christ may keep us faithful in the confession of His Grace, His Faith and His Word alone that we might be preserved and sustained until His Kingdom come.
“Wherefore we receiving a kingdom which cannot be moved, let us have grace, whereby we may serve God acceptably with reverence and godly fear:” (Hebrews 12:28) (Read by Max McLean. Provided by The Listener's Audio Bible.)