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Daily Prayer

April 19, 2022

A daily prayer from the New England Conference

Members of the New England Conference Extended Cabinet 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

As I read Psalm 150, the song “How Can I Keep From Singing” sung by Chris Tomlin is in my thoughts. Watch the video, read the words, and give thanks with me! Rich Hughen, Conference Lay Leader How Can I Keep From Singing Chris TomlinThere is an endless song, echoes in my soul I hear the music ring And though the storms may come I am holding on To the rock I cling How can I keep from singing Your praise? How can I ever say enough? How amazing is Your love? How can I keep from shouting Your name? I know I am loved by the King And it makes my heart want to sing I will lift my eyes in the darkest night For I know my Savior lives And I will walk with You Knowing You'll see me through And sing the songs You give How can I keep from singing Your praise? How can I ever say enough? How amazing is Your love? How can I keep from shouting Your name? I know I am loved by the King And it makes my heart want to sing I can sing in the troubled times, sing when I win I can sing when I lose my step and I fall down again I can sing 'cause You pick me up, sing 'cause You're there I can sing 'cause You hear me, Lord, when I call to You in prayer I can sing with my last breath, sing for I know That I'll sing with the angels and the saints around the throne How can I keep from singing Your praise? How can I ever say enough? How amazing is Your love? How can I keep from shouting Your name? I know I am loved by the King And it makes my heart ... I am loved by the King And it makes my heart ... I am loved by the King And it makes my heart want to sing, yeah I can sing Songwriters: Tomlin Christopher D, Redman Matthew James, Cash Edmond Martin



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