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Praying As Jesus Taught Us (New Cover 2015)

Susan Sayers
16 services reflecting the Lord's Prayer
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1500481
Reprinted With New Cover For 2015

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'Stillness and silence run counter to our culture, and many of us therefore find them unnatural and rather threatening or uncomfortable. Yet it is so often in the discipline of stillness that God can engage with our spirits and be known to us.'

These sixteen liturgies all include periods of space with help and encouragement for using stillness as worship. Together they form an extended reflection on the Lord's Prayer, but each service also stands on its own, using one of the sixteen words or phrases from the prayer as a starting point for reflecting on a different aspect of faith.

Each service also includes 'liturgical conversations' through which individuals' thoughts and reflections can be voiced corporately. There are times of intercession and singing, with suggested hymns, and passages of scripture.
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Product Code 1500481
Product Name Praying As Jesus Taught Us (New Cover 2015)
Short Description 16 services reflecting the Lord's Prayer
Author Susan Sayers
Pages 88 Pages
Date Published 24 Jan 2002
ISBN 9781840038590
Pack Size 1
Size A4
Cover Paperback
Manufacturer Kevin Mayhew
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A teacher by profession, Susan Sayers was ordained a priest in the Anglican Church and, before retirement her work was divided between the parish of Westcliff-on-Sea,the local women's prison, writing, training days and retreats.

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