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Monday, 26 October 2020 12:13

Prayer Sheet for November 8, 2020

God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit, Holy and blessed Trinity,

have mercy upon us.

From all fear and prejudice, bitterness, and all hardness of heart,

good Lord deliver us.

From all spite, revenge, and destructive anger,

good Lord deliver us.

From the desire to dominate others, to impose our will, and from all feelings of superiority,

good Lord deliver us.

 We pray for the peace of the world: particularly remembering Justin, Archbishop of Canterbury; Howard the Primate and Bishop of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands and the Church in the Province of the West Indies; Linda, our Primate; and Mark, our National Indigenous Archbishop, that they may remain faithful to their calling and rightly proclaim the word of truth.

Lord, hear us and help us.

We pray for children, young people as they attend school, we pray for young adults as they attend college or university, seek employment and build relationships. We pray for their teachers, caregivers and parents as they seek to guide.

Lord, hear us and help us.

We pray for the Diocese of the Windward Islands, Leopold their Bishop, Christ-the-King with St. Francis, Carriacou (carry-a-koo), Holy Trinity, Castries with St. Mary, La Caye, on St. Lucia And Christian their priest and archdeacon that your people may lead quiet and peaceable lives.

Lord, hear us and help us.

We pray for: Greg, Metropolitan of Rupert's Land, and our Archbishop; the Parish of Meota, Alan their Incumbent and Archdeacon of Macleod, Jacqui their deacon and Martyn their honorary assistant, and the Administration & Finance Committee, that they may remain faithful to their calling and rightly proclaim the word of truth.

Lord, hear us and help us.

We pray for Norbert, our Incumbent Priest, and Haydn, our Honorary Assistants; and, Dave, Andy, Sean and Bernard our Wardens, O Lord, guard and direct your Church in the way of unity, service, and praise.

Lord, hear us and help us.

We pray for the sick: _______ the Lord deliver them and keep them in his love.

Lord, hear us and help us.

Open our hearts towards our neighbour and help us to work together for the common good.

Lord, hear us and help us.

Strengthen us to stand for all that is just and true and right.

Lord, hear us and help us.

Grant that we may come to understand our enemies,

Lord, hear us and help us.

Bring release to those with abiding memories of hurt and injury

Lord, hear us and help us.

Lord grant us the grace to receive forgiveness, and to forgive as we are forgiven.

Lord, hear us and help us.

Comfort all those who mourn, the troubled, and all who call upon you in their distress.

Lord, hear us and help us.

We pray for Canada, and especially for Queen Elizabeth, Julie, the Governor General, Justin, the Prime Minister, Jason our Premier, and all in authority: the Lord help them to serve this people according to his holy will. Guide the leaders of the nations and those who work for peace and make us all subject to Christ’s just and gentle rule.

Lord, hear us and help us.

Holy God, holy and strong, holy and immortal, have mercy upon us.

O Lord, our maker and our strength, from whose love in Christ we can never be parted either by death or life: Look in mercy on those for whom we pray this day, and grant us your protection and peace, that we may be saved in body and soul.

Jesus, remember us when you come into your kingdom.

We remember, Lord, those whose stories were unspoken and untold.

Jesus, remember them when you come into your kingdom.

We remember, Lord, those whose minds were darkened and disturbed by memories of war.

Jesus, remember them when you come into your kingdom.

We remember, Lord, those who suffered in silence, and those whose bodies were disfigured by injury and pain.

Jesus, remember them when you come into your kingdom.

Father of all, remember your holy promise, and look with love on all your people, living and departed. On this day we especially ask that you would hold for ever all who suffered during times of war, those who returned scarred by warfare, those who waited anxiously at home, and those who returned wounded, and disillusioned; those who mourned, and those communities that were diminished and suffered loss. Remember too those who acted with kindly compassion, those who bravely risked their own lives for their comrades, and those who in the aftermath of war, worked tirelessly for a more peaceful world. And as you remember them, remember us, O Lord; grant us peace in our time and a longing for the day when people of every language, race, and nation will be brought into the unity of Christ’s kingdom. This we ask in the name of the same Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

 

Readings for November 15 are: Psalm 66, 67; Habakkuk 1:1-4; and Philippians 3:13-4:1.

 

 

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