Thursday, February 07, 2013

Today's Readings

Thursday, February 7, 2013 -- Week of 4 Epiphany (Year One)
Cornelius the Centurion

[Go to http://www.missionstclare.com/english/index.html for an online version of the Daily Office including today's scripture readings.]

Today's Readings for the Daily Office
     (Book of Common Prayer, p. 946)
Psalms         [70], 71 (morning)     //       74 (evening)
Isaiah 55:1-13
Galatians 5:1-15
Mark 8:27 - 9:1


Very tired.  I slept in today.  Here are the Daily Office readings.

Lowell
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About Morning Reflections
"Morning Reflections" is a brief thought about the scripture readings from the Daily Office of Morning and Evening Prayer according to the practice found in the Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church.

Morning Prayer begins on p. 80 of the Book of Common Prayer.
Evening Prayer begins on p. 117
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The Mission of St. Paul's Episcopal Church
is to explore and celebrate
God's infinite grace, acceptance, and love.

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Our Rule of Life: 
We aspire to...
    worship weekly
    pray daily
    learn constantly
    serve joyfully 
    live generously.

Lowell Grisham, Rector
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Fayetteville, Arkansas

2 Comments:

At 2:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am sorry that you are not feeling well.

To cheer you up, here's a wonderful true story to give you hope on the feastday of Cornelius the Centurion:

https://medium.com/reporters-notebook/d63ecca43e35

(It's also a good one to think about before Bp. Robinson's visit)

-- lesley knieriem

 
At 2:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

To whet your interest, here's a snippet from that article:

"They needed space—to think, to read, to imagine what had previously been unimaginable. Their lives had largely been scripted, and “now that we’re writing our own script, everything seems a lot more tenuous,” Megan says. “We needed to think about what we believe. We need to figure out what we want to do next. I never imagined leaving, ever, so I never thought about doing anything different. I have no idea what kind of work I want to do, or where to live. How do people decide these things?” "

Do you think this could describe Cornelius? I think it surely fits me at pivotal times in my life!

-- lesley k

 

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