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Calling Him by Raymond A. Foss

Calling Him
into our presence
the Lord who is already here
forgetful mortals, feet of clay
help us Lord
in our unbelief
in the limits of our discernment
Here in your church
in this sanctuary
may we have eyes to see
and ears to hear
may we sense your presence
already here.

August 16, 2009
Unison Prayer:
“Creator, Sustainer, Loving God, we have come into
your house to worship you this day in Spirit and in Truth.
We pray that you would be with us, that Your Spirit would
fall down upon us gathered here this morning. We pray
that our worship of You would be pleasing in Your sight.
Speak to us we pray so that we may be guided by
Your still, small voice this day and all the days of our lives.
As we come before Your throne,
through Jesus Christ our Lord, hear our prayer.
Pastor Ruth L. Foss
Suncook United Methodist Church
Suncook, NH
August 16, 2009
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