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Daily Prayer

July 18, 2021 A daily prayer from the New England Conference The clergy and laity of the New England Conference are sharing a daily prayer based on the Revised Common Lectionary for the week. You are welcome to use these in worship or in your own devotions. Today's Prayer Mark 6:31 He said to them, “Come away to a deserted place all by yourselves and rest a while.” Ever-present God, In solitude and in stillness, speak to us Your still, small words of calm. May we listen with open hearts, our restless spirits at rest in You. In solitude and in stillness, may we know our belovedness, as we know the belovedness of all our sisters and brothers. In solitude and in stillness, may we know our oneness with You. as we know our oneness with all living beings. In solitude and in stillness, may we find comfort and strength, as we pray for comfort and strength for all who are weary. In solitude and in stillness, may we move toward wholeness, as we pray for healing of our dear earth groaning in travail. In solitude and in stillness, may we receive nurture for the journey, as we pray for nurture of all Your pilgrims. In solitude and in stillness, may we rest in awe, wonder, and gratitude, as we pray this rest for all our brothers and sisters. We rest awhile in You. We rest awhile in You. Amen. By Rev. Dr. Laura Delaplain, Clinical Director, Pastoral Counseling Services of the South Shore, Hanover, Massachusetts


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