Oh, give thanks to the LORD, for he is good! For his mercy endures forever. (Psalm 118:1)
Jesus, let your people throughout this diocese give you thanks for your goodness and mercy.
Let Israel now say, “His mercy endures forever.” (Psalm 118:2)
Father, let the leaders and teachers and people of the Episcopal Church now say, “His mercy endures forever.”
Let the house of Aaron now say, “His mercy endures forever.” (Psalm 118:3)
Holy Spirit, let the clergy and lay leaders of this diocese now say, “His mercy endures forever.”
Let those who fear the LORD now say, “His mercy endures forever. ” (Psalm 118:4)
Father, let the men and women, youths and children in the pews acknowledge your enduring mercy. Thank you.
Thursday: 50 * [59, 60] or 118; Gen. 16:15-17:14: Heb. 10:1-10: John 5:30-47
Friday: 40, 54 * 51; Gen. 17:15-27: Heb. 10:11-25: John 6:1-15
Notes from the Front Line
***** Start now reading and reflecting on the lessons for Sunday (Mark 1:21-28; 1 Corinthians 8:1-13; Deuteronomy 18:15-20; Psalm 111) so that you can receive all that God has for you.
***** Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2012
From: Nigel Mumford
Subject: Daily Quote…
Note to self. Move from negative thinking to positive thinking. Is there a coincidence that the math sigh for negative is – the sign for positive is + a cross? Friend, seek first the Kingdom of God though the Cross +. Matt 6:33 put a + before and after everything you do and think.