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Tag Archives: prayer of confession
At church this morning, the topic was sacrifice and surrender to Christ. The pastor preached about the rich young ruler, who was loved by Jesus, and yet the rich young ruler did not obey Jesus’ instructions to sell his possessions, … Continue reading
For my write-up today on church, I’ll quote the Prayer of Confession from the liturgy: “O God of laughter and tears, we come in this Lenten season weighed down by the past. Sometimes we feel trapped by past actions, past … Continue reading
At church this morning, the Prayer of Confession contained the following lines: “Forgive us, God of light and author of love…if we have denied in word or deed the Christ who died for us…if we have been different people on … Continue reading