Listen to prayers throughout the Church Year. Find prayers to fit various occasions. Ponder your deep need for life with the God who loves you, and meditate on the work of His Son Jesus the Christ who bled, died, and rose again to restore you to life–and peace–with God.
Saint Titus, Pastor and Confessor (2022)
Today we remember St. Titus, Pastor and Confessor and pray for all pastors to receive the gifts of the Holy Spirit, that they may minister in Christ’s Church. Of a Pastor (Option 2), from The Book of Common Prayer; adapted for Saint Titus.
Conversion of Saint Paul (2022)
By the preaching of the apostle Paul, God has caused the light of the Gospel to shine throughout the world. We pray that we may follow his holy teaching and thus show ourselves thankful to our Lord. Conversion of Saint Paul (January 25), from The Book of Common Prayer.
Third Sunday after the Epiphany (2022)
Our Savior Jesus Christ calls us to proclaim the Good News of His salvation to all people. We pray for God’s grace to answer this call, so that we and the whole world may hear and receive His marvelous works. Third Sunday after the Epiphany, from The Book of Common …
Confession of Saint Peter (2022)
God inspired Simon Peter to confess Jesus as the Son of the Living God (see Matthew 16:13-20). We pray Him to keep His Church steadfast upon the rock of this confession of faith. Confession of Saint Peter (January 18), from The Book of Common Prayer.
The Second Sunday after Epiphany (2022)
Jesus Christ is the light of the world. We pray that we, His people, may be illumined by His Word and Sacraments so that we may shine with the radiance of Christ’s glory that He may be known, worshiped, and followed by all people. Second Sunday after the Epiphany, from …
The Baptism of Our Lord (2022)
When Jesus is baptized by John in the Jordan River, He reveals Himself to be the Savior of us sinners. We pray that we who are baptized into Him may remain faithful to Him and confess Him as Lord and Savior. First Sunday after the Epiphany: The Baptism of our …
Prayers for Sunday Morning Worship
I am a pastor, and I appreciate Sacred Meditations for their appropriateness in Sunday Morning Worship services.
Loved these prayers until the current messages on Loving Only God.
That. Is. Heresy.
God’s second greatest commandment is to LOVE our neighbors as ourselves.
Peace and grace to you brothers and sisters.
A great addition to my daily prayers.