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Come, Lord come. Come and captivate my heart. Once again Lord Jesus Stay, stay. Stay and reign in Your house. It is Yours forever more. Come, Lord come.
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- Revelation ESV - He who testifies to these things says, - Bible Gateway
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- Come, Lord Jesus: The Weight of Waiting
I come before you my lord.
This God Is Too Good. Someone's At The Door.
Revelation ESV - He who testifies to these things says, - Bible Gateway
The Son Of God. I Believe In You. God is with us through it all. Pete Seeger, American folk singer and song writer, had a strong influence on myinterest in community song. Recordings of concerts where he leads people in song are, tomy ears, extraordinary. This song, with one of the earliest prayers of the Christian church asits chorus, uses a call and response verse, typical of many Seeger songs, and which headapted from the African-Americans.
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Ideally, lines 1 and 3 of each verse should be solo orsmall group, and lines 2 and 4 community. Last Monday, November 19, I got back home after a 4 week trip, mostly in Queensland.
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Dear Everyone, Today is Holy Thursday, a very special day for us. It reminds us of various divine realities that lie at the heart of our spirituality, so much so that when this day comes each year, it exerts a certain fascination on us and it is not unusual for a sense of Paradise to invade our soul.
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Moreover, how can we not feel our hearts fill with joy on Holy Thursday, a day which emphasizes the new commandment of Jesus, unity, his testament, his extraordinary gift of the Eucharist, and the priesthood that makes it possible to have the Eucharist? Today let us pause, therefore, to consider with immense gratitude these extraordinary mysteries which are so fundamental for all Christians and for us in particular.
Come, Lord Jesus: The Weight of Waiting
Tomorrow is Good Friday, another day that brings us to the heart of Christianity and of our spirituality: Jesus dies, he dies forsaken. We should do so in order to be in tune with our Ideal that teaches us how to face every moment of our life, including our passing to the next life, to eternal life.
There is a very short prayer that we can say, and this too, is an amazing one. It is found at the end of the Book of Revelation, the last book of our Bible. Yes, because we have, or ought to have, our own precise concept of death: Furthermore, it is not optional.
The day of our death will come for all of us - it is the will of God for everyone. Yes, it is the will of God for me, for us, for everyone. We must know how to welcome it when it comes, as the will of God for us.