Your use of janrichardsonimages. This entry was posted on February 8, at You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2. You can leave a response , or trackback from your own site. I am blessed over and over again by your words and work.
Even so, Blessing the Dust is now one of my favorite pieces. Thank you for sharing it with us. May God continue to speak through your words and work. Yes, to be sure, but he does what is still more wonderful: This is so magnificent, so full of the very Spirit of Lent! I so need that right now. We break into groups at my church to do worship planning. Our pastor said nothing, and as a retired pastor I have to talk gently.
So this evening most of those in our congregation will be dining together before worship. It is not about being right, though I am, this is a time of sacrifice, of giving up something, no matter how small, to remember the One who gave up everything. This is not a time of celebrating all I share with my friends and neighbors, but a time to contemplate and seek more of my relationship with God.
Do you send out daily emails, or is there some website I may go to?
Patrick Comerford: Poems for Lent (14): ‘In the Street,’ by Winifred M Letts
I sometimes am the one who offers the prayers as our weekly choir practice, may I read one of yours with them? May God bless you always. So let us be marked…. Namaste — with gratitude for this beautiful truth on this special day. An opportunity for the Lenten journey. What can I say but thank you very much.
- Poems for Lent; and Links to Some Good Websites for Lent, Holy Week and Good Friday poems.
- Books of Terror: Evil Exists, Its Closer than you Think!
- 43 Poems for Lent – a complete index of Patrick Comerford’s blog series | Lent & Beyond!
- Das Buch von Pfarrer Menzel (German Edition).
- A ribbon of poems - Wikipedia!
- The Novice: Book 2 of the Black Magician (Black Magician Trilogy).
I found my personal Lenten journey. Your poem was speaking to me as I read It. Food for thought if you will. Keep keeping us on our toes.
- The Poetry Nook – for Lent | OPreach.
- Lenten Poem | Living a Life-giving Lent.
- The Montauk Book of the Dead;
- On Warwick Castle (Contemporary Poetry)?
- Patrick Comerford: Poems for Lent (2): ‘Lent,’ George Herbert;
- jQuery Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach (Experts Voice in Web Development).
We need a little shaking now and then. I wish you every blessing and peace that comes your way. Someone from my parish in Bar Harbor told me about you. The holy Spirit works in mysterious ways. I pray you both have a holy and rich journey. Christ will come again. Thanks again for your gift to us.
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I love this blessing. May I print this, with proper acknowledgements, on a leaflet to be distributed on Ash Wednesday? It would go to fewer than 50 people. If so, please let me know how to best acknowledge you. Thank you so much, Rebecca! I would be delighted for you to print this blessing on a leaflet for Ash Wednesday. Thank you for including this info in a credit line:. Also, I made several small updates to the blessing when including it in Circle of Grace. I am a hospital chaplain. May I use your beautiful Lenten poem in our school newsletter….
I would be grateful to share your words with our families during this Lenten season. Ann, I have hand copied this prayer poem into a public journal being created during Lent at the Adelaide College of Divinity, I hope that is OK. Ann, I would so love to use your wonderful poem in our church bulletin this Sunday, if that is alright with you? So appropriate and inspiring. Thank you and God bless you. Dear Ann, This poem is absolutely lovely. I am the newsletter editor for St. May I reprint this poem in our February newsletter giving credit to you, of course, and listing the URL to this page?
May I have permission to use your poem in our March newsletter, giving credit to you? Dear Ann, I have shared this poem on my facebook attributing it to you. Pls let me know if you are not comfortable with it in any way and I shall remove it right away. Thank you for sharing your life and thoughts. Dear Ann, May we please share your beautiful poem with our congregation? We would of course acknowledge you as its author. Thank you, Kimberly — on behalf of Toorak Uniting Church.
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Give us courage, O God, to hear your Word and to read our living into it. Facebook Twitter Email Print Google. I would like permission to use this wonderful poem in our church Newsletter please.