Scots Worship Paperback
Lent, Holy Week & Easter
by David D. Ogston;
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Scots Worship by David D. Ogston was published by St Andrew Press in November 2013 and is our 28267th best seller. The ISBN for Scots Worship is 9780861537877.
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Scots WorshipMargaret Brasier, via The Good Book Stall
There are three reflections at the beginning of the book powerfully describing a breakdown experienced by the author and the road to recovery. These provide a deeply thought-provoking context for the resources in the rest of the book and would be valuable to anyone finding they are facing a similar journey. As he writes in a meditation for Passion Sunday (p79) "the Redeemer is drawing men and women into His stupendous secret: there are no spectators, there are only those who are prepared to enter into the pain, and face it, and by so doing make it lose its power to diminish us" and in an Easter Communion prayer (p138):
"Lord of Gethsemane,
any cross we carry already has your fingerprints upon it.
Lord of Calvary, risen Lord, you have gone before us.
Remind us always that we are children of the Resurrection."
The Communion prayers and liturgies, the reflections, poems, prayers and liturgies for Holy Week and Easter reflect a variety of styles (I rather liked the very different ‘Resurrection Rap' on page 69 which would be ideal for all-age worship) but every resource is crafted to bring us closer in worship to our risen Lord. This is a wonderful book to dip in and out of on your own Lenten journey, as well as a very useful resource for those leading worship in a variety of contexts.
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Details for Scots Worship
|Page last updated||19th July 2016|
|Author / Artist||David D. Ogston|
|Publisher||St Andrew Press (November 2013)|
|Number of Pages||176|