Tuesday, November 8, 2022

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Psalm 123:1-4 read by Mark Beingessner

Twenty-second Week after Pentecost, Tuesday, November 8, 2022

Psalm 123:1-4

Loving Divine Family,

We enter your sacred prayer space, and look to you for compassion. We look to your gentle hands as they welcome us, and to your loving face, which shows us in thousands of ways how much you adore us. All the contempt and malice of this world fall away as you wrap your merciful arms around us.

All around us we hear voices mocking us and putting us down. Some of the voices come from inside us. We lift our eyes to you. LORD, have mercy on us. Thank you for hearing our prayers and comforting us in our time of need.

I feel you holding me today, Loving Yahweh, and thank you for…

We are content here in your embrace. but you call us to stand up from this seat of comfort. Yet, you do not send us away. No, you assure us that you are with us on this journey too. Your loving mercies and comfort will remain with us all our days.

With joy we praise you!

Amen!

Cherie and Donovan Mutschler

Other Lectionary Readings for Today:
Job 2:1, 17-34
2 John 1:1-13

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