Monday, July 4, 2022

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Jeremiah 6:10-19 (New Living Translation) read by Mark Beingessner

Fourth Week after Pentecost, Monday, July 4, 2022

Jeremiah 6:10-19

Loving Divine Family,

We enter your sacred prayer space seeking your ancient paths. You call us to stand at the crossroads. So many voices tempt us to follow their ways, to come down their paths. But their ways are not your ways. Their paths are not your path. Quiet our minds and these other voices. We seek your ancient ways: the ways of Abraham, Jacob, Moses, Elijah, and David.

We, your people, come before you and silence our hearts and inner beings. Creator of the Universe and Ancient of Days, we long to hear you. Thank you for the prompting to be aware we are at the crossroads. We ask what path we should take, so we may walk in a good way.

I seek your path today, Mighty Yahweh, and thank you for…

Your path is beautiful and true, refreshing, and nourishing. Along your path we find peace, joy, comfort, healing, and everlasting life. Your voice calls to us through the songs in the trees, stories told by Mother Earth, and Grandparent Rock. Your ancient path is proclaimed not only by voices of your people, but also by mystic voices that have been rejoicing in you since the beginning of time. This is your way, your ancient path revealed to us.

With joy, we praise you!


Cherie and Donovan Mutschler

Other Lectionary Readings for Today:
Psalm 119:73-80
Acts 19:21-27

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