Trinitarian Benedictions   4 comments

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From Chalice Worship (1997), of the Christian Church ( Disciples of Christ):

The grace of God, deeper than our imagination;

the strength of Christ, stronger than our need;

the communion of the Holy Spirit, richer than our togetherness;

guide and sustain us today and in all our tomorrows.  Amen.

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From Chalice Worship (1997), of the Christian Church ( Disciples of Christ):

The blessing of God, who created both darkness and light, be with you today, that your life may be illumined by divine Wisdom.

The blessing of God, who loves you and restores you to wholeness, be with you always, that you may love others in Christ’s name.

The blessing of God, who sanctifies the breath of your living, inspire your words and actions, thoughts and feelings, that you may be the messenger of God’s blessing in this world today.  Amen.

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From Chalice Worship (1997), of the Christian Church ( Disciples of Christ):

The blessing of God, whose love creates new life and whose fire burns away our impurities, be with you in your journey of life.

The blessing of God, whose love has the power to transform our living from old habits into new hope, be with you always.

The blessing of God, whose Spirit blesses our spirit with wisdom and vision, embolden you to proclaim the good news of God’s love to all.  Amen.

http://ordinarytimedevotions.wordpress.com/2010/12/05/trinity-sunday-year-a/

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