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Kendall Harmon's Maundy Thursday entries - including 7 Maundy Thursday prayers

Here are some entries for Maundy Thursday (from this year and past years) at Kendall Harmon’s fabulous TitusOneNine blog.  First his collection of Maundy Thursday prayers, posted various years: 652 more words

Lent

Praying through Holy Week

It’s a particular blessing for me to be living the holiest days of the year at our motherhouse in Boston, MA. Subjects for my meditation and prayer in these past three days: 224 more words

Faith And Culture

A Prayer for Maundy Thursday

In his prayer for Maundy Thursday, Pastor Scotty Smith remembers that “Maundy” is the Latin word for “Mandate” – Christ’s command to us to love one another as He loved us…. 397 more words

Lent

A Prayer for Wednesday in Holy Week

Kendall Harmon has this prayer posted at TitusOneNine tonight:

O God our heavenly Father, who to redeem the world didst deliver up thine only Son to be betrayed by one of his disciples and sold to his enemies: Take from us, we beseech thee, all covetousness and hypocrisy; and so strengthen us, that, loving thee above all things, we may remain steadfast in our faith unto the end; through him who gave his life for us, our Saviour Jesus Christ.

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Lent

A Prayer for Holy Week

Don’t miss the lovely original prayer for Holy Week by Christine Sine posted at Godspace this week.  I really like the series of prayer cards Christine has designed and posted throughout Lent.

Lent

Pastor Scotty Smith: A prayer for Tuesday in Holy Week

I *REALLY* like Pastor Scotty Smith’s prayer today at Heavenward.  Yes.  How amazing that Jesus wept for those who would crucify Him, and how thankful I am that He shows the same love and compassion to me as marred and scarred and broken by sin as I am. 381 more words

Lent

A Prayer for Wednesday in Holy Week

From Pastor Scotty Smith and his Heavenward prayer blog, comes this great prayer for Wednesday in Holy Week – a confession of who Christ is, and an admission of how much yet we have to understand about His love and His salvation: 443 more words

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