Two Prayers Based on Luke 24 and John 1

summer in the scriptures luke (5)

Open My Eyes
Based on Luke 24:13-35, The Road to Emmaus

Open my eyes to your presence
Break the bread
Tear the veil in two

Open my eyes to your presence
Your Word and your Way
To see and seek

Open my eyes to your presence
A dawn of recognition
The fullness of your grace
Now mine to reveal

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Help us Shine
Based on John 1:1-14

John 1:9
The true light, which enlightens everyone, was coming into the world.

Welcome Glorious One
Lord of Life and Light
Dawn in us your power and peacemaking
Hallelujah! Help us shine!

You bathe us in the light of your grace, that we may be grace
You fill us with the light of your truth, that we may be truth
You flood us with the light of your love, that we may be love
Hallelujah! Help us shine!

Sharing your light
Spreading your light
Beyond our imagining to your desiring
Hallelujah! Help us shine!

Unveiled
Bright
A beam worthy of the stretch of your embrace
Hallelujah! Help us shine!

Draw us
Draw all
To your light
Hallelujah! Help us shine!

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For the next few months, I’m reading a chapter from the Gospels each day. This is part of the Summer in the Scriptures reading plan sponsored by the Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church. Click Here for the reading plan.

You’re most welcome to read along and to join the Facebook discussion group, Summer in the Scriptures. You don’t need to be a Methodist or attend a Methodist church. All are welcome and all means all.

As part of the Facebook group, I’ve been supplying prayers based on the day’s reading. Feel free to post your prayers and observations based on the readings here or there as well.

May the grace of the Gospels, the challenge, and the call, inspire us to great faith and great good works in Jesus’ name. – Lisa <

Open My Eyes © 2020 Lisa Ann Moss Degrenia
Help Us Shine © 2009 Lisa Ann Moss Degrenia
You are welcome to use this work in a worship setting with proper attribution.
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