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Scattering the Seeds Richly – v2 by Raymond A. Foss
Seeds of love
with the seeds of revolution
the winds of change blowing
across so many nations

We should be with them
speaking out in their struggle
arguing for justice
in the face of tyranny

The peoples’ cries rising
across the seas, the waters
the seeds of freedom planted
in rich fertile soil

The water of the creator
the spirit over the waters
the chaos will be calmed
when his voice is heard clearly

Sharing Christ’s message
offering our witness
that all people should breathe free
the captives’ chains removed

No power should be condoned
keeping their people in subjugation
the voice of each believer
should join with them for freedom

February 17, 2011
posting the original version of this poem,
from November 2009 to www.faithwriters.com
this morning
hearing claim by President Obama of 2/15/2011
in a news conference that when history books tell it
we will be seen as being on the right side of history
in how the United States responded
February 16, 2011
Post on Twitter by Wael Ghonim
“Our Revolution was like Wikipedia”
February 14, 2011
Post on Twitter by Wael Ghonim
“This is Revolution 2.0: No one was a hero because everyone was a hero.”
February 13, 2011
on the transformations of the last 4 weeks -
all the protests in Egypt, Yemen, Bahrain, Tunisia,
Algeria, Libya, Jordan, Iran, etc.
especially the resignation of Hosni Mubarak
February 11, 2011
and see
A Prayer for the People of Egypt (February 3, 2011)
by Safiyah Fosua
Matthew 5:13-20 (NRSV)
(and Matthew 5:1-12, Beatitudes)
John 6:51 (Call to Worship)
Isaiah 58.6-12 (NRSV)
John 13:34-35 and Ephesians 4:4-6
(“They'll Know We Are Christians by Our Love”, The Faith We Sing #2223)
Micah 6:8
(“We Are Called”, The Faith We Sing #2172)
Call to Worship (John 6:51)
Prayer of Confession
Prayer of Dedication
Worship Theme: “A Meal for All People”
and sermon, “Salty Christians”
by Reverend Huntley Halvorson
Suncook United Methodist Church
Suncook, NH
February 6, 2011
Fifth Sunday after Epiphany
Luke 6:20-31
Psalm 149:1-6a
1 Samuel 2:1b-2 (God’s Word Translation) (Words of Praise)
Worship Theme: What does a Saint look like?
and sermon, “Living Like A Saint. . . Oh Yah!”
by Pastor Ruth L. Foss
Suncook United Methodist Church
Suncook, NH
October 31, 2010
All Saints Sunday

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