Liturgical Yard Art?!?

December 15, 2008

Ok, I’m a huge advent-o-phile as this blog attests.  But this is just wild!  Liturgical Yard Art. That takes some guts.  I love it!


Luke 22:39-43

December 15, 2008

Coming out, he went to the Mount of Olives, as he was accustomed, and his disciples also followed him. (Luke 22:39)
      Holy Spirit, build into our lives accustomed places and times of prayer.

When he came to the place, he said to them, “Pray that you may not enter into temptation.” (Luke 22:40)
      Father, I pray that I will not enter into temptation.

And he was withdrawn from them about a stone’s throw, and he knelt down and prayed, (Luke 22:41)
      Jesus, there are times when you seem withdrawn from us; help us by your Holy Spirit to join with you in prayer even in those times.

saying, “Father, if it is your will, take this cup away from me; nevertheless not my will, but yours, be done.” (Luke 22:42)
      Holy Spirit, bring us throughout this diocese to the place where we can all join with Jesus in praying: “Father, not my will, but yours, be done.”

Then an angel appeared to him from heaven, strengthening him. (Luke 22:43)
      Father, please send your angels to minister to us and strengthen us. Thank you.

Monday: 41, 52; Isaiah 8:16-9:1; 2 Peter 1:1-11; Luke 22:39-53
Tuesday: 45; Isaiah 9:1-7; 2 Peter 1:12-21; Luke 22:54-69

***** Pray for Deacon Alan Hart: he will be having surgery on Tuesday, December 16th to remove the stent and the kidney stone.


Torre — I’m sorry, but my hands were so cold Saturday that I dropped one of the pages out of my notebook. Please add this to the Prayer Table report. (It’s the last two people who came by.)

t–COREY — This young man who seemed very “edgy” stopped when we asked if he wanted prayer. He said point-blank,”I almost died a minute ago.” We prayed for him and then Alan asked, what he meant by his near-miss: had he just had a car almost hit him or something?. He just paused and said, “Let’s just leave it at that, OK?”

LISA — This woman asked for prayers for general safety and provision in these hard times.

Albany Intercessor

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