Yours Is The Day Lord Yours Is The Night Hardback
A Morning and Evening Prayer Book
by David P Gushee; Jeanie Gushee;
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Yours Is The Day Lord Yours Is The Night
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Yours Is the Day, Lord, Yours Is the Night is specifically structured to reflect the seasons and the liturgical calendar of the Christian church.
Drawing from Protestant, Catholic, and Eastern Orthodox Christianity—and with contributions from worshippers on every continent—this prayer book includes prayers from a time span going as far back as the Old Testament and extending forward into the 21st century.
Comprehensive and ecumenical, this collection not only will inspire personal Christian devotion but also help build a stronger sense of connectedness to Christian tradition and the Church universal.
The two short prayers provided per day—one for the morning and one for the evening—serve as a springboard for spontaneous, personal prayer and can be easily integrated into the reader’s devotional time. Although primarily designed for individuals to use in their daily prayer times with God, this prayer book is a powerful resource for couples, families, churches, and others interested in how Christ followers around the world and across time have spoken their hopes, fears, and praises to the Lord.
Yours Is The Day Lord Yours Is The Night by David P Gushee; Jeanie Gushee was published by Thomas Nelson in October 2012 and is our 27253rd best seller. The ISBN for Yours Is The Day Lord Yours Is The Night is 9780849964480.
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|Page last updated||16th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||David P Gushee; Jeanie Gushee|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (October 2012)|
|Number of Pages||392|