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Part 1 – The Christian Year Part 2 – Introducing the Book of Common Prayer Part 3 – The Opening Part 4 – The Psalms Part 5 – The Readings Part 6 – The Prayers Part 7 – Making it … Continue reading
The Book of Psalms is an incredible gift of God to the Church. Regularly singing the entire book of Psalms is the spiritual practice I commend to people most frequently. Their uniqueness lies in while most of Scripture portrays the history … Continue reading
For some time I’ve been pondering the notion that we become like what we worship. Recognizing this as a biblical principle (2 Cor. 3:18, amongst others), I’ve wondered how exactly it works. I’ve come up with a theory, not attempting to fully explain the concept, but perhaps to give perhaps one reason why worship has a transformative effect. Continue reading