Search ResultsAdvent Confession Here’s a responsive advent prayer of confession that acknowledges several ways in which we fail (i.e. unwillingness to change our hearts, not caring about the stranger), with the repeated congregational response for mercy and forgiveness.
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O for a Heart to Praise My GodPD
See more hymns... For Openness of Heart Lord, give us openness of heart, grace of insight, and a spirit of reverence. Prayers of the people based on the lectionary readings for the Fourth Sunday of Advent (Year A). | | A Surge of the Heart This homily shows us how prayer lies at the heart of all we do. To pray constantly is to live a Christian life humbly before God, seeking to love our neighbours as ourselves. | | Hiding God’s Word in Your Heart Mark Roberts' sermon starter on Psalm 119:11 emphasizes that hiding God's word in one's heart means not just memorizing but internalizing scripture: studying it, believing it, being taught and transformed by it. | | History of Hymns: Wesley hymn speaks language of the heart This article discusses the history of Charles Wesley's hymn “O For a Heart to Praise My God." It expresses a yearning for cleansing of the heart and prayers for the heart to be kept pure. | Love, Others, God's Heart, Resurrection This is a set of four Catholic homilies, focusing on the love of God (1 Corinthians 1:22-25), other-centered living (Ephesians 2:4-10), hearing God's heart (Psalm 51), and personal resurrection (Philippians 2:6-11). | | Finding One's Heart Identifying joy with life, Arthur Landwehr's sermon on Psalm 95:1-2, 6-11 asserts that God wants us to have joy, Christian lives are joyous to God, hardness of heart limits joy, and joy manifests in the heart. | | Seeing the Good Side of Work: Work and the Reign of God Rob Carmack's sermon starter on Philippians 2:3-4 explores the link between faith and work, dealing with concern for others' well-being, using our power to help, and acting so as to "reflect the heart of God." | |