Jesus draws on the ancient Judeo liturgical tradition from the Psalms of lament… “deliver us.” Just as his ancient Hebrew ancestors did before him, he calls on God to come , to stand with, to offer strength in times of trouble.
Jesus offers us assurance that asking God to act in the world is not a waste of breath. We are called to become mindful of the needs of the world and the neighborhood, even while we remember the needs of our families and ourselves. Click the Save PDF button above to view the Order of…
We can participate in the kingdom work. When we pray “thy kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven” it is a prayer with actions attached to it, our actions, our bringing the kingdom, being the kingdom.
Human beings are prone to conflict, yet Jesus teaches us to forgive, to love and not to judge without examining ourselves first. Jesus took in those he disagreed with and worked on finding common ground for conversation. This week’s message will discuss how we can live together in love.