Tag Archives: Worship
Favorite Song of All — Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir
There are songs that have stayed DEEP in my soul. This one is so deep I can go a decade without hearing it and sing every word and weep the whole way through.
Worship that speaks
We sang this song at a clergy retreat yesterday. The words moved me.
Yet Not I But Through Christ in Me
To this I hold, my hope is only JesusAll the glory evermore to HimWhen the race is complete, still my lips shall repeatYet not I, but through Christ in me
Prayers in my grief
Most loving Father, you will us to give thanks for all things, to dread nothing but the loss of you, and to cast all our care on the One who cares for us. Preserve us from faithless fears and worldly anxieties, and grant that no clouds of this mortal life may hide from us theContinue reading “Prayers in my grief”
More songs in my grief
Some songs have meaning in my heart. Some songs just remind me of Dad’s faith.
Songs in my grief
A few weeks ago there was a song that was sung in a prayer service as our diocese prepared to elect a new bishop. It was new so it was hard to follow and sing. I knew it was probably a newer one from another source so I looked it up. It’s a beautiful songContinue reading “Songs in my grief”
The Word, the Table, and the Body
Last Sunday I needed the Body of Christ. I needed the deep traditions of the Church to carry me. I was away from home, my dad had just passed, a hard week lay ahead.