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Subversive Undercroft #159: The Air We Breathe

Subversive Undercroft #159: The Air We Breathe

Now may be a time when it’s difficult to offer praise; but the story of God is the story of triumphant hope

READING

Psalm 145: 8-9, 15-22

8 The Lord is gracious and full of compassion, *

slow to anger and of great kindness.

9 The Lord is loving to everyone *

and his compassion is over all his works.

15 The Lord upholds all those who fall; *

he lifts up those who are bowed down.

16 The eyes of all wait upon you, O Lord, *

and you give them their food in due season.

17 You open wide your hand *

and satisfy the needs of every living creature.

18 The Lord is righteous in all his ways *

and loving in all his works.

19 The Lord is near to those who call upon him, *

to all who call upon him faithfully.

20 He fulfills the desire of those who fear him; *

he hears their cry and helps them.

21 The Lord preserves all those who love him, *

but he destroys all the wicked.

22 My mouth shall speak the praise of the Lord; *

let all flesh bless his holy Name for ever and ever.

MUSIC

Praise to the Living God, Andrew Remillard

From All That Dwell Below the Skies, musicworks (arr by David Ervin)

All Creatures of Our God and King, Reawaken Music (Nathan Drake)

 

LINKS

The Beginner’s Guide to Following Jesus

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