We Fail to Correct Injustice: Prayer of Confession for the Sixth Sunday After Epiphany   6 comments

Colored Water Fountain, U.S. South, Twentieth Century

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Prayer Source = James G. Kirk, When We Gather:  A Book of Prayers for Worship, Year C (Philadelphia, PA:  Geneva Press, 1985), p. 42


Said in unison:

Forgive our vain repetitions, O God of mercy, for our deeds do not match our words of belief.  We mouth pious slogans but fail to correct injustice.  We claim to be righteous, while practicing bigotry and rejecting others.  We glory in your gifts that bring success or comfort, yet we deny neighbors their right to prosper.  Help us to confess Christ risen for all people, and forgive our failure to translate faith into action.



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Posted August 24, 2010 by neatnik2009 in Epiphany/Ordinary Time 1900s

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