Remember to look in your junk folder if you have one, as it might have ended up in there. What is filthy make thou pure, what is wounded work its cure, water what is parched and dry. Transform our minds, open our eyes, that we also may become common grace for the life of the world. Mary was with the disciples on the day of Pentecost, we pray with her as we say. He currently resides at Christ of the Hills Retreat House in Pennsylvania.
Help us to take out and share our faith with those we meet. For the Spirit of Joy that lifts our soul and gives us faith we give you thanks. Suddenly a sound like the blowing of a violent wind came from heaven and filled the whole house where they were sitting. Remembering all the agencies that work to relieve suffering. Your Spirit, the presence of God in hearts and lives! Contents: Opening and closing response for Pentecost Sunday, by Ruth Burgess Opening responses for a Pentecost service, by David Hamflett The surprising thing about Pentecost biblical reflection , by Thom M Shuman A prayer for Pentecost, by John Harvey An affirmation for Pentecost, by John Harvey Fire songs reading , by Alix Brown When the day of Pentecost came, a prayer, by David Lemmon Come Holy Spirit song with music , by Carol Dixon On the great day of Pentecost reading , by Thom M Shuman Holy Spirit meditation, by Carol Dixon The gift of yourself, Intercessions for Whitsunday, by Liz Knowles Prayers of intercession for Pentecost, Elizabeth Baxter Pentecost prayer, by John McLuckie A meditation for Pentecost, by Ruth Harvey Come among us prayer , by Ruth Burgess Come, Holy Spirit reading , by Thom M Shuman God of fire prayer , David Hamflett Sudden from out the air song lyrics , by Leith Fisher 19 pages Downloading your file After your payment has gone through, you will receive an email with a link to the download page. Thou who bestowest sevenfold grace, Evermore replenish us. Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost Mt.
. For the Spirit of Love that touches hearts and reaches out, we give you thanks. Thou art the Cloud: shelter me under the shadow of Thy protection. Lord, in your mercy, hear our prayer. Prayers of the People, concluding with: Loving God, open our ears to hear your word and draw us closer to you, that the whole world may be one with you as you are one with us in Jesus Christ our Lord. See Please note: If you use material from this blog, please be careful to credit the original author and source.
I cling to You and give myself to You and ask You, by Your compassion to watch over me in my weakness. The Feast of Pentecost A The Priest introduces the prayers: On this great day, the Easter season comes to its completion, as we celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit. Through the breath of your Spirit bring new life to us, that we may announce to the world the power of your presence made known in Jesus Christ our Savior. Fill us with the tenacity of the Canaanite woman of old. Veni, Creator Spiritus - based upon ancient latin hymn Most Holy Spirit, the Paraclete, Father of the poor, Comforter of the afflicted, Light of hearts, Sanctifier of souls; behold me prostrate in Thy presence. Submissions: I am so grateful to those of you who send me your own material to post! But without the spark that ignites, there will be no flame.
You set the sun, the moon and the stars in their orbits, and let them measure the passage of time. From the waters and from the earth you bring forth living creatures of unfathomable beauty and variety. Remember how the people of Israel complained to Moses about the prospect of starving in the wilderness. The Spirit came blowing fear aside, and in its place weak hearts were stronger. Loving our neighbors as ourselves, we offer our thanksgivings and our petitions on behalf of the church and the world.
This Sunday we hear another word about loving one another. Seventh, grant us wisdom, that we may taste fully the life-giving sweetness of your love. This kind of prayer requires a different vantage point. Far from us drive the foe we dread, and grant us Thy peace instead; so shall we not, with Thee for guide, turn from the path of life aside. That sermon was a bit like Pentecost! Help us in our times of fear and worry, and constantly remind us of the reward of everlasting life that we can expect through faith in your son Jesus Christ. Prayers of the People, concluding with: Holy One, hear our prayers and make us faithful stewards of the fragile bounty of this earth so that we may be entrusted with the riches of heaven. You can also email the thought to friends.
All creatures long to be brought into your holy presence. You empower us to carry your flame in our hearts, to be the fragrance, warmth, and light of your love, in this dark world. The Spirit descended on a community. Fourth, grant us knowledge, by which we can distinguish good from evil. That the Holy Spirit was poured out on your followers for a single purpose, and ended His work at that instant? Yet, throughout the vast emptiness of interstellar space you are present, hidden in sheer silence, even as you are present and hidden in the quietness of our next breath.
Lord, in your mercy, hear our prayer. O Christ, seated in glory at the right hand of God, you poured forth on your disciples the Holy Spirit received from the Father: — send your Spirit to make new the world. Renew these hearts which have grown cold with flames of fire, as on that Pentecost, that this might be the church that you desire. Come, Father of the poor! It begins with worship on Sunday, but continues on into Monday, when Germans, and many other Europeans, get the day off from work so they can particip… I am a Disciples of Christ pastor, theologian, community activist, historian, teacher. Thank you for looking at these intercessions. You turn our darkness into light, in your light shall we see light.
Thou art the Tongue: teach me how to bless Thee always. Be for them the true Spirit of wisdom and understanding, counsel and might, knowledge and fear of the Lord, and joy in his presence. Come, Holy Spirit, and cheer the hearts of all who grieve the loss of loved ones. In our reading for today, John talks about love, and he continually uses forms of the Greek word agapē. Lord, in your mercy - Hear our prayer.
As we gather here today, your body, your church throughout this world, fill our outstretched hearts with your spirit, encircle us with your love. They wanted to know more about Jesus, and so Peter got up and preached. By the lives we live, by our patience, by our compassion, by our belief in the future you will make for us, let your Church proclaim the great things you are doing, with hope for the nations of the world, for every person born, and every living creature. Earth cries out for peace; oppressed people cry for justice; women, men and children weep in sorrow and pain. We pray that mirrored here, our lives will tell your story.