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Category Archives: Prayer
Through Lent With George Herbert Saturday after the Third Sunday of Lent To All Angels and Saints Oh glorious spirits, who after all your bands See the smooth face of God, without a frown Or strict commands; Where ev’ry one … Continue reading
This is another sonnet by George Herbert, but what a sonnet. Look for a controlling verb and you won’t find one. No, what we have here is a cascade of words creating pictures of prayer. It sounds like a 16th … Continue reading
When I pray I have a number of ever-changing people, places, and things that I remember. In the congregation I now serve we have a Prayer Net and the person organizing it keeps track of people to pray for – … Continue reading