Join me, Ben Ward, as we pray, sing and worship together. We’ll read a Psalm and Scripture passage from the Daily Office in the Book of Common Prayer (1979). We’ll also say the Apostles’ Creed and Lord’s Prayer as we pray for ourselves and others and give thanks to Jesus. Every week from Atlanta, Georgia.
Tuesday, August 13 between 9:15 and 9:30am I’m going live at the link below to record the Morning Prayer podcast. Let’s pray together in real time!
Will be back tomorrow! Praying for you all! 🙏🏻
Just wanted to let you all know that I’m taking short break in the podcast. Hopefully be back soon. Work ramped up last week with several projects!
Do know that I’m continuing to pray the Daily Office and follow the reading plans. If you’d like to join me on YouVersion click here. You have to do a small hack to get it to sync up with the correct day…
To reset the start date for your plan or to sync your plan with others:
- Open the plan you’d like to reset
- Determine which day (not the date but the day of the plan) you’d like to be on – this example uses day 352 as the day you’d like to be on
- Select day 351 and mark all of the passages for that day as read
- Check to make sure that none of the days after day 351 are marked as read
- Select day 352 to make it the active day – this will be your new ‘Today’
- Select the three dots icon in the upper right
- Select Catch Me Up
Today (10-10-18) is Day 352 😊.
Let me know if you have any problems!! Thanks as always for praying with me and I look forward to resuming the podcasts soon!
Talking things over, they went on into the house, where Cornelius introduced Peter to everyone who had come. Peter addressed them, “You know, I’m sure that this is highly irregular. Jews just don’t do this—visit and relax with people of another race. But God has just shown me that no race is better than any other. So the minute I was sent for, I came, no questions asked. But now I’d like to know why you sent for me.”
Our music for today is “Sinking Deep” by Hillsong Young & Free.
Readings for today…Psalm 18, Job 8:1-10, 20-22, Acts 10:17-33, John 7:14-36
Jesus came back at them, “Don’t crowd me. This isn’t my time. It’s your time—it’s always your time; you have nothing to lose. The world has nothing against you, but it’s up in arms against me. It’s against me because I expose the evil behind its pretensions. You go ahead, go up to the Feast. Don’t wait for me. I’m not ready. It’s not the right time for me.”
Our music for today is an original song by Stephanie White and me called “More.”
Readings for today…Psalms 119:1-24, 12, 13, 14, Job 6:1; 7:1-21, Acts 10:1-16, John 7:1-13