Thursday, December 22, 2022

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Isaiah 33:17-22 read by Mark Beingessner

Fourth Week after Pentecost, Thursday, December 22, 2022

Isaiah 33:17-22

Loving Divine Family,

We enter your sacred prayer space, seeking your judgement on those who oppress us. You meet us quickly, drawing near in an instant. You point to your Holy Mountain, where oppression and fear are nowhere to be found. On Mount Zion is where you guide us to rest our eyes. The peace of Zion is our goal, not the wish of judgement for those who wrong us, or do not share our values.

Loving Yahweh, thank you for the peace that fills us. Thank you for saving us, and for being our Loving King.

I rest my eyes on your Holy Mountain today, O Yahweh, and thank you for…

Your promise for us is sure. All things of this world will be stripped away. Slander, malice, greed, pride—all will fall away and be forgotten in your holy presence. Come quickly, LORD, and guide us on our journey to your Holy Mountain.

With joy we praise you!


Cherie and Donovan Mutschler

Other Lectionary Readings for Today:
Luke 1:46b-55
Revelation 22:6-7, 18-20

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