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If this is your first time here, welcome! I'm on sabbatical for the month of May, but I have guest posts scheduled in my absence. Enjoy them and hope you'll check out the archives as well!twitter || blogThom writes over at Everyday Liturgy, which is one of my favorite places to visit for, you guessed it, everyday liturgy. He teaches English at Nyack College and is the Senior Editor of Generate Magazine. He also writes for The Curator, The Englewo»
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If this is your first time here, welcome! I'm on sabbatical for the month of May, but I have guest posts scheduled in my absence. Enjoy them and hope you'll check out the archives as well!twitter || blogThom writes over at Everyday Liturgy, which is one of my favorite places to visit for, you guessed it, everyday liturgy. He teaches English at Nyack College and is the Senior Editor of Generate Magazine. He also writes for The Curator, The Engl»
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This is a guest post by Thom Turner from Everyday Liturgy. __________________________________________________________________________________________________ As my family has spent time over the past few weeks visiting four different churches, something struck me about all of this searching: is church hunting inherently selfish?
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This week I am in Faithvillage‘s Contributor Spotlight. They asked me several questions about the blog and about the work I do at IJM. Here’s a sample: If someone is just beginning to introduce liturgy into their worship, what books or resources would you point them to? I think the best primer on liturgy and the church calendar is Kimberlee Conway Ireton’sThe Circle of Seasons: Meeting God in the Church Year. Bobby Gross’»
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God of Assurance, Fountain of unfailing love, well of wisdom and grace, a mountain of mercy and stream of salvation, planter of peace and harvester of hope: speak to us, that we may flourish; nurture us, that we may grow; rescue us, that we in turn may deliver; and bless us, that we may prosper in the ways of the Kingdom and cling to the promise of everlasting life. Amen
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God of earnest goodness And ever faithful love, Who shines forth his radiant blessings Upon all creation, and having Blessed the earth, calls us To take care of all the world: Humankind and every living thing And every resource above or below. For who should squander the gifts of God? Instead, let our hearts be fixed On how the complex web of evil, decay and destruction will be overturned (And is even now being overturned!) By the powers of Chris»
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God of first fruits, Who sows the seed and waters it from the heavens, who loves the soil and tills it, making it ready to support crops of all kinds, who keeps pest amd frost at bay, and protects the harvest and the workers: Be our light, our life, our salvation, for there is no one else like you, no one as faithful, no one as gracious, no one as merciful. You and you alone are worthy of all honor amd praise. Amen
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God of all Wisdom, You are a fountain of discernment And a sower of peace. You are the Author of a good and better way, One that cultivates an ambition To spur our fellow sojourners on To good deeds and the proclamation Of the Good News. As your Spirit renews our minds, Heals our souls, and attune sour bodies To the worship of our Savior, May we harvest righteousness Through the good works You have called us to perform As stewards of your creatio»
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Merciful God, Giver of all joy, salvation and freedom: Be our refuge and shelter, keeping The deeds of the Adversary at bay And arming us with all the Weapons of the Kingdom: Love, joy, peace, Patience, selflessness, neighborliness, Hospitality, turning-the-other-cheek, Forgiveness, mercy, service, grace, And hope. With these the Kingdom will Never be defeated, but Death and sin will. Amen