Engaged. We are nothing, if not engaged. We organize, we march, we speak, we occupy, we resist. Our days and nights, our thoughts and breaths, are filled with the stuff of engagement with each other, with our world, with a dire political, social, and cultural climate that threatens us all. Yes, we engage. We engage mightily, deeply, with every conviction of our heart. Our circumstance so demands. How can we do otherwise? Prayer is engagement. Prayer is surrender. Prayer is giving of self to God, to Creation, to the fullest reality of the complete and overwhelming Presence that can never truly be denied. This book of liturgical prayer, a "shorter" version of A Progressive Book of Prayer, is for all of us. Unlike the Anglicans' Common Book of Prayer or the Roman Catholics' Liturgy of the Hours, there are no formal rules to which you must bend. You are free to use this book in any way that aids in your spiritual or secular or activist journey. This book is not only gender-inclusive, but inclusive of everyone standing for the Common Good. If you are out on the streets, fighting the good fight, if you are on the phone or on the Internet spreading the word about the dignity of all persons, if you know in your heart that discrimination and oppression are evil, that inclusion and respect are holy, this book is for you. Though using format and terminology familiar to Christians, this is a book for all believers. If you like what you've read so far, if you have faith in a Higher Power, you will probably be able to extract much of value to you, your friends, and your cause from the pages of this prayer book, though some of this may be a tough slog for non-Christians. But again, there are no rules. If this or that part of the prayer is not useful to your journey, you are free to substitute your own way of praying. Plenty of empty space has been given throughout the text, allowing you to scrawl any bits and pieces of inspiration and prayer you find conducive to your journey. We live in a time and place trying to the soul, posing greater challenge to the dignity of the human person than anything we have experienced since the Second World War. Great evil took possession of this continent on January 20, 2017. We are mobilizing, marching, assembling, and speaking out as we have not done since the waning days of the Vietnam War in the early 1970s. There will be pain. There will be disappointment. There will be exhaustion. But in the end, good will triumph over evil. Our God will prevail. We shall overcome. We invite you to engage every aspect of your being, including every faculty of body, mind, and spirit that may find nourishment, surrender, and perfect engagement in Creation, which is embrace and celebration of the Presence no one can deny, of the Love no one can escape, which is found in prayerful communion with our God. One Week Psalter 56 Hymns, 4 written by the editor, Pearson Moore 148 pages of readings for the Office of Readings 95 Illustrations, including 4 pencil portraits by Pearson Moore 568 pages of prayers, hymns, illustrations, and instructions Morning Prayer: 8 days Evening Prayer: 8 days Daytime Prayer: 7 days Night Prayer: 7 days Office of Readings: 3 days Office for the Dead: Office of Readings, Morning Prayer, Evening Prayer
Seventh-Day Adventists Believe What?: Bible Readings--Desmond Doss Memorial Edition
Nearly everyone would agree that our world is in a chaotic state. We, as well as everything created, living and supporting life on this earth, could use some help about now. That help is freely offered on the pages of the Word of God. But to find those Words one must first open the Word/Book and with a studious mind set, gain understanding. 2 Chronicles 7:14 nails it! "If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land." Seventh-day Adventists Believe What? may help to open God's Word to the very pages that will bring peace and healing to your life and our land. Seek and ye shall find!
A Presidents' Day Carol: like a novel, only way shorter, being a ghost story about Presidents’ Day
It's Presidents' Day Eve, and Donald, the president of the United States, falls asleep alone. He is visited by the ghost of a former business partner who warns him that if he doesn't change his ways, he too will be damned to wander the earth as an annoying ghost. In the night that follows, Donald receives three visitations focused on the past, present, and future of Presidents' Day. Will he learn the lessons he needs to learn and finally change his ways for good?Well, probably not. But this book is a delightful, insane romp through one surreal, hilarious night. You probably won't regret reading it.
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