Wednesday with the Wesleys

II. We are to inquire, secondly, what could have been done which he hath not done in it, with regard to spiritual helps? 1. Let us consider this matter from the very beginning. Two young clergymen, not very remarkable in any way, of middle age, having a toler able measure of health (though rather weak... Continue Reading →

Prayer for the WWeek

Open to us Lord, your great door, O Fountain of all mercy, hear our prayer and have mercy on our souls.  Lord of the morning and ruler of all seasons, hear our prayer and have mercy on our souls.  Shine upon me, Lord, and I shall be light like the day; I will sing your... Continue Reading →

Weekly Readings: 5th Sunday after Epiphany

First reading Isaiah 40:21-31 Psalm Psalm 147:1-11, 20c Second reading 1 Corinthians 9:16-23 Gospel Mark 1:29-39 Prayer: Lord teach me to be considerate of those I meet, help me respect them so that I may love them in the way you love them.In the name of Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen.

C. S. Lewis on the Church

While many want to disassociate themselves with organized churches, Lewis reminds us that we can do more inside than outside. "We do know that no man can be saved except through Christ; we do not know that only those who know Him can be saved through Him. But in the meantime, if you are worried... Continue Reading →

Prayer for the week

Lord, In the midst of snow and ice help us to remember that you are the first creator the one who brings life and vitality to the whole world.  When we are tempted to see nothing but bitter cold and death, gently remind us of your warmth.  In the name of Jesus Christ our Lord. ... Continue Reading →

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