Aug 312013
 

thumbnail.aspx_We have heard of your wondrous power,

the ways in which you make newness,

the ways in which you defeat death,

the ways in which you give life.

We trust you in the night while we sleep;

we rise early in the morn to find you alert, active, engaged.

You dazzle us day and night.

Yet … we notice the place where

you are curbed,

you are fringed,

you are held.

Your newness we do not see … so we wait.

Keep us easy at night in our wait.

Keep us vigilant in day while we wait.

Keep our wait fixed on you, you alone, you and none other … and we will rejoice. Amen.
Walter Brueggemann. Awed to Heaven, Rooted in Earth: The Prayers of Walter Brueggemann (p. 20). Kindle Edition.

  17 Responses to “Prayer & Praise”

  1. I’m in the hospital need prayer. I know I may not agree with all of you etc but if you don’t mind please pray for me.

  2. I will be praying for you, Brian.

  3. Praying, Brian

  4. Brian, will do.
    Please keep us posted…you have a lot of friends here.

  5. Brian, praying.

  6. Definitely. Keep us posted.

  7. Brian, praying.

  8. doing much better my BP was 200/140 and pulse was about 135 or so, not really sure what happened its back down but still high had a long talk with my doctor time to make major life changes. Thanks all it was a miracle appointment and I did not have to go into emergency which is 1-5 K. Someone stole my bank info so that lead to a bit of stress they are selling the mobile home park so Im out the door after finally paying this place off. Just some major frustration because of my attitude towards God struggle with doctrine etc. Thanks all it really helped

  9. Brian,

    Thanking God you’re ok.
    May he touch all else that concerns you as well.

  10. That is good news, Brian.
    Will keep praying for the rest of your situation.

  11. Praying for you Brian.

  12. I was reading a book of collected prayers from all of church history. It is “Prayers: Ancient and Modern” collected by Mary Wilder Tileston and published originally in 1897. I have a 1928 edition.
    Anyways, I came upon a part of a prayer in it by Clement of Rome. I really liked it. I looked it up and here is a modern translation.
    http://thegoodbookblog.com/2012/jun/25/a-truly-rockin-prayer-from-clement-of-rome/

  13. Prayers are powerful. 🙂

  14. Praying Brian

  15. Brian, just saw this. Hope you recover soon. Hoping whatever it is that your receive good medical care.

  16. Prayed for you brian and hope your health improves and that your living situation works out for you.

  17. Praying for those who need it. God bless.

 Leave a Reply

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

(required)

(required)

%d bloggers like this: