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Reclaiming Darkness


Forgive me readers for posting this extra post just before I add my struggles with this week’s readings. It was in my head and I thought I would get it out. 1,428 more words

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When the Mists have Rolled Away

Verse 1:
When the mists have rolled in splendor
From the beauty of the hills,
And the sunlight falls in gladness
On the river and the rills: 175 more words


Hymn XXVIII: To Antinous Imperator Pacis

Emperor of Peace we hail you, Antinous,
victorious in the heavens and in the depths,
lord of the living and the dead. Not, like
Hadrian, commander in chief of armies, 190 more words


Trinity Sunday - hymns

Each week, the readings chosen from the lectionary and the Sunday in the church’s calendar determine the theme for that particular Sunday. Our words of the hymns we sing are carefully chosen to support that theme. 49 more words


To Hear His Pardoning Voice

A mash up, this week, of preparation for worship and Monday Music!

William Cowper was an 18th century poet who, in addition to writing beautiful pastoral poetry, wrote hymns. 658 more words

Preparing For Worship

O God of Life, Whose Power Benign

O God of life, Whose power benign
Doth o’er the world in mercy shine
Accept our praise, for we are Thine.

O Father, all creating Lord, 88 more words