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ISBN:0802800149
Author: Terry C. Falla
ISBN13: 978-0802800145
Title: Be Our Freedom, Lord: Responsive Prayers and Readings for Contemporary Worship
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Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Pub. Co. (1984)
Pages: 376

Be Our Freedom, Lord: Responsive Prayers and Readings for Contemporary Worship by Terry C. Falla



Read by Terry C. Falla. Sep 15, 2011 Ian rated it really liked it. helpful resource of prayers and readings from an Australian perspective.

Falla, Terry . 1940-. Contemporary prayers for public worship, by Anthony Coates. Find in other libraries. Members of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Maori communities are advised that this catalogue contains names and images of deceased people.

Responsive Prayers and Readings for Contemporary Worship. Published May 1994 by Concordia Pub House.

While this collection of 'responsive prayers and readings for contemporary worship' is compiled by an Australian Baptist minister, it is neither narrowly Baptist nor narrowly Australian. There is a wide variety of material, sourced from around the world, helpfully collected in sections which make it easy to find relevant prayers quickly. Another of its great strengths lies in the fact that most of the prayers included are responsive and that they are often devised for more than one 'leader' (eg.

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Leader: Gather us in, Mysterious Maker God. All: That being close to you we will understand your intention for creation. Book of Common Worship, Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press, 1993. Minister: Give thanks to the Lord, call on his name; make known among the nations what he has done. People: He remembers his covenant forever; the word he commanded, for a thousand generations. Minister: Glory in his holy name; let the hearts of those who seek the Lord rejoice.

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Eternal God, holy Father, our origin, our destiny, depth of our being, breath of our life, who ever delights in the worship and service of your children, be pleased to pour your Holy Spirit upon us. As your Spirit came upon your prophets and wise men of old, grant us your Spirit of truth and understanding that we may know your ways and walk in them

by Terry C. Falla · data of the paperback book Be Our Freedom, Lord: Responsive. ISBN: 978-0-8028-0014-5. ISBN-10: 0-8028-0014-9.

Our call to worship is from Matt 18:20 For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I in the midst of them. Let’s pray together: We need your presence on the long road, Lord. The road between fear and hope, the road between the place where all is lost and the place of resurrection. Our call to worship today is from Psalm 34:8 O taste and see that the Lord is good; happy are those who take refuge in him. Let's pray together: We come to church hungry, Lord! We are hungry for comfort, hungry for love, hungry for a new way of living, hungry for your word. Thank you for giving us this place and this time to worship, and we are eager to taste your goodness in community, with our brothers and sisters. Wholly Yours Responsive Call to Worship. Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of hosts; the whole earth is full of his glory. The Lord of hosts is with us.

Reviews: 2
Moonshaper
This is one of the best and freshest books of prayers for public Christian worship I have come across. A great shame its out of print in the US, but you might be able to get from the publisher. While this collection of 'responsive prayers and readings for contemporary worship' is compiled by an Australian Baptist minister, it is neither narrowly Baptist nor narrowly Australian. There is a wide variety of material, sourced from around the world, helpfully collected in sections which make it easy to find relevant prayers quickly. You can search for prayers by theme, first line, author or scripture reference. Another of its great strengths lies in the fact that most of the prayers included are responsive and that they are often devised for more than one 'leader' (eg male and female). This book does not atempt to provide alternative liturgies, but to resource existing liturgies and inspire dynamic worship. The aim is to relate worship to the rest of reality. The editor, Terry Falla, quotes John Macquarrie as saying, 'Prayer interprets the world and the world interprets prayer'. My use of this book has enabled worship I have led to make just that link.
Granigrinn
First of all, someone needs to explain to me why this book is out of print. Absolutely inexcusable! There are litanies and responsive prayers included that can be used by churches of any tradition, and there seems to be more usable material here than in other books of its kind. If I could have only one book of readings for a service, this would be it. Not that it's perfect, or that I would use everything in here, but it meets my needs better than anything I've seen. Eerdman's, it's time to get this back in print!