Monday, September 26, 2022

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Sixteenth Week after Pentecost, Monday, September 26, 2022

Psalm 62:1-12 (New English Translation) read by Mark and Connie Beingessner

Psalm 62:1-12

Loving Divine Family,

We enter your sacred prayer space weary from the work of the day and from carrying the weight of the world. You welcome us and remove our worry, fear, regret, and guilt. You replace our rags with your robe. You open the window to the applause of creation. All manner of creatures, ancient Elders, and ancestors praise your name. They say only you can carry the worries of the world; we must release this responsibility to you.

We come before you restless, weary, and overwhelmed. We breathe in your presence and breathe out the noise in our heads, until we wait silently for you, our Yahweh. Our souls remain in the place of trust and surrender to our God. Thank you for being a place of refuge.

I breathe out my worry, fear, regret, and guilt today, Mighty Creator, and thank you for…

We see creation’s splendour and beauty. You withhold nothing, giving freely to all creation and to us. Give us wisdom to learn creation’s way, to give you praise and honour, and to receive in return the fullness of your love and grace.

With joy, we praise you!

Amen!

Cherie and Donovan Mutschler

Other Lectionary Readings for Today:
Amos 6:8-14
Revelation 3:14-22

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