Prayer of Confession for the Second Sunday After Epiphany   4 comments

Uniformity is Much Less Interesting than Diversity.

Image Source = Kurt Lowenstein Educational Center International Team, Germany


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


In Unison:

We blend our voices in common confession, O God; you are our hope of salvation.  The Apostle teaches that there are varieties of gifts, yet we judge others because they do not fit our mold.  There is one Savior, yet we mistrust those who do not believe as we do, and doubt that they are led by the same Spirit.  Forgive us for the many ways we sever the parts of Christ’s body.  Through him reconcile us and pardon our estrangement.

Posted January 3, 2011 by neatnik2009 in Epiphany/Ordinary Time 1900s

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