Prayer for Wednesday in the Third Week of Lent   3 comments

Saint Anthony of Egypt, painted in 1480-1490, by Piero di Cosimo (1462-1521)

Image Source = Wikipedia

Prayer Source = Jonathan Montaldo, compiler, Lent and Easter Wisdom from Thomas Merton:  Daily Scripture and Prayers Together with Thomas Merton’s Own Words (Liguori, MO:  Liguori, 2007), page 48

Prayer by Jonathan Montaldo

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The “word” that Saint Anthony, the hermit,

heard in the liturgy that changed his life was your command:

“If you would be my disciple,

give up everything you have and come follow me.”

Lord Jesus, give me a “word” for my salvation.

Celebrating Eucharist, all of us listening together for a “word,”

let me hear what you demand of me at this moment in my life,

at this stage of my journey toward maturity in Christ.

Next Sunday, and every Sunday,

keep me attentive to your “word” for me.

http://lenteaster.wordpress.com/2012/05/22/devotion-for-the-nineteenth-and-twentieth-days-of-lent-lcms-daily-lectionary/

http://lenteaster.wordpress.com/2010/10/28/nineteenth-day-of-lent/

Posted February 3, 2011 by neatnik2009 in Eucharist, Lent/Confession of Sin 2000s

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