A Prayer a Day from Lent to Easter
by David Adam
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The six weeks of Lent are a time of preparing: a time when we seek to understand the fullness of Christís offering on the cross and rejoice in the resurrection.
Lent is a time to improve our prayer life and to make sure we spend some time each day with our God. These prayers are to be a spur to help us enter into stillness with the God of love, and when we speak, to use our own words as well as what is written.
Some of the prayers are from David Adam's book Prayers for Anglicans:
The cross of Christ
defend you from all evil,
strengthen your love for him,
keep you firm in the faith,
give you comfort in your sorrows,
and rescue you from death.
Others are more traditional prayers, such as this one by St Nicholas of Flue (1417-1487):
My Lord and my God, take from me
all that keeps me from you.
My Lord and my God,
grant me all that leads to you.
My Lord and my God,
take me from myself and give me completely to you.
The book is divided into sections and themes for each week of Lent and Easter. Adam starts with Ash Wednesday, moving to dedication in the first week of Lent, love in the second, guidance for the third, the help of God is the fourth, the fifth theme is the power of God; and then there are sections for Palm Sunday, Holy Week, Easter Day and Easter Week.
A Prayer a Day from Lent to Easter is an inspiring, meditative read and is sure to refresh you this coming Lent.
A Prayer a Day from Lent to Easter by David Adam was published by Kevin Mayhew in October 2008 and is our 8498th best seller. The ISBN for A Prayer a Day from Lent to Easter is 9781848670761.
|Page last updated||10th May 2013|
|Author / Artist||David Adam|
|Publisher||Kevin Mayhew (October 2008)|
|Number of Pages||40|