O Lord, open my lips, that my mouth may declare your praise. Amen. The people of Israel have a poor memory. In today’s first reading,
Kids are great. You know? They’re cute, they’re energetic… and they say the darndest things! Kids don’t usually have a filter on what they say.
Lord God, we turn our eyes to you. Take away our stubbornness, show us your mercy, and open our hearts to receive your Wisdom. In
Gracious God, use your Word to teach us how to live and how to love. Amen. When I was taking religion classes, we learned
May the words of my mouth and the meditations of our hearts be acceptable in your sight, O God, you are our rock and redeemer.
God who speaks to us in parables, help us interpret and apply your Word for our place and time. Amen. I once spent a
God of forgiveness and love, we cry out to you. Hear our prayers, guide our steps, strengthen our households, and help us always to turn
God of work and rest, teach us to listen to your voice and follow your example with every breath of our lives. Amen. Last
God of wind and fire, breathe your life into us and invigorate us with the spark of your Spirit. Amen. When I started writing
Inclusion. That’s what this week’s Bible reading are all about. God doesn’t discriminate based on what color our skin is, or what gender we are,