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Christian faith sees these prophetic utterances fulfilled in the life, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus the Lord.
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In brief:. In the third song, we learn of the abuse and derision the Servant endured at the hands of his enemies. Print Share Calendar Diocesan Locator.
The Seven Penitential Psalms During times when we wish to express repentance and especially during Lent, it is customary to pray the seven penitential psalms. By accepting this message, you will be leaving the website of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Lent is a season of penitential reflection and repentance on the path toward the hope of Easter.
That path walks in a dry desert where there is no water.
The enslaved lived in their own inhumane wilderness for years, yet still sang songs of hope. From these cultural wells, we still drink. These honest musical expressions -- the Spirituals -- in a Lenten mode quench our spiritual thirst and make up the main text of each day followed by a brief reflection. There are options given for daily Scripture readings as well as a portion of Scripture included.
Each day closes with a short prayer.
Lenten Meditation: 16 February
My prayer is that even in the laments, the reader will see the tiny sprout of hope springing from the page. Regardless of where one finds themselves on the Lenten journey, this spiritual reveals a yearning heart that resonates with many who find themselves in a wilderness. It is a prayer for the presence of God wherever one might find oneself. Someone needs God, right now.
You might need God right now, today, regardless of your situation. Things may be fine with you. This repeating line challenges us to make these words our words repeatedly. It suggests our vast need for the Presence. Come by here, my Lord. It would be a sad pilgrimage without God. It would be lonely but the spiritual reveals a faith that, in asking, believes that the Lord will come by here, will come by you, today.
Rhythms of Prayer: Lenten Meditation, 3/7/ | Episcopal Church
Underneath these words of prayer is the reminder that when we pray this, God will come because God is a God who is with us Matt. And everywhere. With you. As the sun was going down, a deep sleep fell upon Abram, and a deep and terrifying darkness descended upon him.
Not a word, not a word, not a word. Silence can be underrated. Words on TV, words in magazines, words on Twitter or Facebook, words on blogs, the war of words. Who is the loudest with words is often heard, but in the pause and space between the words, there is the break, the silence. It is often overlooked and not heard, yet there is the music of silence.
Words come out of silence and return to silence. Sometimes, we need to be silent. Jesus demonstrates this at such a tragic time.