Church of England Diocese of Newcastle Wooler

Prayers for 19th Sunday after Trinity

15 Oct 2020, 4 p.m.
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Daily Prayer for week of

19th Sunday after Trinity

O Lord, open our lips

and our mouth shall proclaim your praise.

We pray together in the name of Christ

to offer our praise and our thanksgiving,

we receive God’s holy word,

and pray for the needs of all.

We seek forgiveness for our wrongdoing,

that by the power of the Holy Spirit

we may offer ourselves to the service of God.

We confess to you our lack of trust in your word:

fill us with your Spirit.

Lord, have mercy.

Lord have mercy.

We confess that we are distracted, overwhelmed by the tempations of our hearts :

fill us with your Spirit.

Christ, have mercy.

Christ have mercy.

We confess to you our weakness, our inability to fix our eyes on you alone:

fill us with your Spirit.

Lord, have mercy.

Lord, have mercy.

Blessed are you, Sovereign God, creator of all,

to you be glory and praise for ever.

As your dawn renews the face of the earth

bringing light and life to all creation,

may we rejoice in this day you have made;

as we wake refreshed from the depths of sleep,

open our eyes to behold your presence

and strengthen our hands to do your will,

that the world may rejoice and give you praise.

Blessed be God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

Blessed be God forever.

The night has passed,

and the day lies open before, us;

let us pray with one heart and mind.

As we rejoice in the gift of this new day,

so may the light of your presence, O God,

set our hearts on fire with love for you;

now and for ever. AMEN

Psalm

Old Testament reading for the day

Canticle - A Song of Ezekiel

1 ​I will take you from the nations,

and gather you from all the countries.

2 ​I will sprinkle clean water upon you,

and you shall be clean from all your uncleannesses.

3 ​A new heart I will give you,

and put a new spirit within you,

4 ​ And I will remove from you body the heart of stone and give you a heart of flesh.

5 ​You shall be my people,

and I will be your God.

Ezekiel 36

New Testament reading for the day

Reading – See over.

Forsake me not, O Lord;

be not far from me, O my God.

Forsake me not, O Lord;

be not far from me, O my God.

Make haste to help me,

O Lord of my salvation.

Be not far from me, O my God.

Glory to the Father and to the Son

and to the Holy Spririt.

Forsake me not, O Lord;

be not far from me, O my God.

From Psalm 38

Prayers, silent or aloud, for others and for the world.

Finishing with Collect for 19th Sunday after Trinity

Faithful Lord,

whose steadfast love never ceases

and whose mercies never come to an end:

grant us the grace to trust you

and to receive the gifts of your love,

new every morning,

in Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen

Lord’s Prayer

The Lord bless us, and preserve us from all evil,

and keep us in eternal life.

Amen.

Let us bless the Lord.

Thanks be to God

Praying the Jesus Prayer: Part 1

“Jesus Christ son of God have mercy on me”

The words above, The Jesus Prayer, are sometimes referred to as the Prayer of the Heart. In part, it is a way to recollect oneself and try and stay in a place of stillness. This then becomes a place where it is possible to listen to God. The prayer encourages a simple sense of presence, a state of imageless gazing. As Christians we wish to be close to God and be able to trust him; to cast our anxieties upon him in patient trust and faith as a child to its parent. We wish to grow in love of him, and be filled with his love, to be able to be as close to him as Jeuss was. To be still, and rest in the arms of the God who calls us and loves us, drawing us ever closer to himself, and surrender all we are.

from Still Listening: Considering the Jesus Prayer

by Fr Bruce Batstone

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Services in October and November

18th Oct – Holy Comm: Wooler 10am, Kirknewton 11am

25th Oct – Holy Comm: Ilderton 9am,

Service ot Word: Wooler 10am, Kirknewton 11am,

​BCP Matins: Doddington 11am

1st Nov – Holy Comm: Wooler 10am, Kirknewton 11am

Service ot Word: Ilderton 9am

8th Nov – Holy Comm: Wooler 10am, Doddington 11am

Service ot Word: Ilderton 9am, Kirknewton 11am

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Prayers and readings

for week of 19th Trinity 18th – 25th October

We are living in very difficult times. We cannot tell what will lie before us in the next few months of winter and into spring; all we can do is listen, and act on what we are asked to do by the Government. The unfortunate thing at the moment is that here, in rural North Northumberland, we are being grouped with the rest of Northumberland, where things are much worse. All this causes people to become anxious and worried about the future - so what can we do? We are told to look after our physical and mental health, but how often have you heard about our Spiritual health and wellbeing? Probably not very often, but it is really important. Some people might well ask “what is my Spiritual health?” One definition is: “the quality of being concerned with the human spirit or soul as opposed to material or physical things”. In other words, something that we do which gives us a sense of peace and purpose in life. This could mean different things to different people. Every morning when I get up, I look at Yeavering Bell and quietly say to myself the first two verses of Psalm 121 “I will lift my eyes to the hills; from where is my help to come? My help comes from the Lord, the maker of heaven and earth”. This helps me to focus on the day ahead, and then later, after saying Morning Prayer, I know that God is with me and that I can connect with others, and hopefully help them through their day. I wonder what you do to help your Spiritual well-being? Perhaps you have a quiet spot that you go to to sit and think, or you might read your Bible, or have a special prayer that you use each day. Whatever it is, concentrate on that sense of peace and purpose in your life and all will be well.

Rev. Judith

Daily bible readings for this week;

Sunday: Psalm 147. 1-7, Acts 16.6-12a, Luke 10.1-9

Monday: Psalm 98, 2 Kings 17.24-end, Philippians1.1-11

Tuesday: Psalm 106, 2 Kings 18.1-12, Philippians 1.12-end

Wed: Psalm 111, 2 Kings 18.13-end, Philippians 2.1-13

Thursday: Psalm 115, 2 Kings 19.1-19, Philippians 2.14-end

Friday: Psalm 139, 2 Kings 19.20-36, Philippians 3.1-4.1

Saturday: Psalm 121, 2 Kings 20, Philippians 4.2-end

Feast of Luke the Evangelist – 19th October

Almighty God, you called Luke the physician,

whose praise is in the gospel,

to be an evangelist and physician of the soul:

by the grace of the Spirit

and through the wholesome medicine of the gospel,

give your Church the same love and power to heal;

through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord,

who is alive and reigns with you,

in the unity of the Holy Spirit,

one God, now and for ever. Amen