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Thursday May 29th, 2003 - Prayer of the Week on John 4:5-12

Christ is Risen!

Let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy!

O Lord we are an adulterous and sinful generation. We have be given much and have returned little. Help us to take to heart Your words about self sacrifice. May we follow the Samaritan women and meet You at the well of living water, Your Church, so that we can be transformed. May our transformation effect our family and be expressed in a life of self sacrifice. As we remember the war dead let their lives be examples to us of Your great love: for there is no greater love than to lay down your life for a friend.

Thursday May 22nd, 2003 - Prayer of the Week on John 5:1-15

Christ is Risen!

Let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy!

O Lord You healed the paralytic when no one would help him into the healing waters of the sheep's pool. We pray that we will not be alone in our suffering and death but will have the prayers and alms given on our behalf by our family. As our family, the members of Your church, sing Memory Eternal we humbly ask that You will remember us so that we will be raised on the last day and be invited to dine with You in Your kingdom. We pray in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit Amen

Wednesday May 14th, 2003 - Prayer of the Week on Acts 9:32-42

Christ is Risen!

Let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy!

O Lord Your Holy Scriptures have given us a clear understanding of the role of men and women. This tradition have been followed by Your Church since the day You sent the Holy Spirit. We are tossed by winds of doctrine which seem rational. We pray that You will lead us to understand and accept the call to Christian deaconia while fulfilling our roles as mothers and fathers. Grant O Lord that through them we may receive the reward as wise and faithful stewards. We pray in the name of the Father Son and Holy Spirit! Amen