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January 13, 2010

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Simon Jones

I used this prayer as the blessing that I prayed at the end of the service inducting me to my current pastorate.
I heard it first from Roy Searle of the Northumbria Community. I feel that it lifts our eyes from our comfortable circumstances to our call to a life of discipleship.
So, I use it from time to time when I sense that the clamour of the now is drowning out that call.

Margaret

love it!

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