Litany for the time of war

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Issued by the Liverpool and District Federation of Free Church Councils , [Liverpool]
War -- Religious aspects -- Christia
Statement[prepared by the Rev. A. Connell].
ContributionsLiverpool and District Federation of Free Church Councils.
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The Litany to the Lamb of God in Time of War For Private Use Only. The Lord give you peace; R. Peace and good will. O Lord Jesus Christ, Who didst say to Thy Apostles, Litany for the time of war book I leave with you, My peace I give unto you," look not upon my sins, but upon the faith of Thy Church, and vouchsafe to her that peace and unity which is agreeable to Thy will, Who livest and reignest, God forever and ever.

prayers for corporate use 75 Litany for the Nation in Time of War O God, the Father in heaven, have mercy on us. O God, the Son, Redeemer of the world, have mercy on us.

O God, the Holy Spirit, have mercy upon us. O Christ, merciful Savior, hear us in this hour: O Christ, visit us with your compassion. For our sins by which we have grieved you. THE LITANY TO THE LAMB OF GOD IN TIME OF WAR. The Lord give you peace; R.

Peace and good will. O Lord Jesus Christ, Who didst say to Thy Apostles, "Peace I leave with you, My peace I give unto you," look not upon my sins, but upon the faith of Thy Church. In a time when Americans are doing a lot of soul searching about war and wondering how to live out the Christian faith in such perilous times, this book comes as a needed help.

This book is a must reading.

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--Tony Campolo, PhD, Eastern University, St. Davids, PA5/5(1). Selected Prayers Prayer in Time of War. O God, who bring wars to nought and shield by Thy power all who hope in Thee, overthrowing those who assail them; help Thy servants who implore Thy mercy so that the fierce might of their enemy may be brought.

For use in the Litany in place of the Versicle and Collect which follows the Lord’s Prayer, or at the end of Morning or Evening Prayer, or as a separate devotion, especially in times of war, or of national anxiety, or of disaster. O Lord, arise, help us; And deliver us for thy Name’s sake.

A Prayer In Time Of War is a beautiful prayer written like a poem by Alfred Noyes. While it is slightly harder to read because a few of the words are old English, it is still a moving prayer and I encourage others to read it.

Thank you, Mr. Noyes for your service to America. Report Reply. A Time of War did for me what From Here to Eternity did—gave me a clearer picture of wartime (Eternity, of course, is World War II, while Time of War is Vietnam,) plus both novels give us beautiful portraits of those who fought, died, and lived through these wars.

Peterson, who fought in Vietnam, has Litany for the time of war book insight into the s: When the Litany is sung or said immediately before the Eucharist, the Litany concludes here, and the Eucharist begins with the Salutation and the Collect of the Day.

On all other occasions, the Officiant and People say together. Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be they Name, thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.

The Great Litany. To be said or sung, kneeling, standing, or in procession; before the Eucharist or after the Collects of Morning or Evening Prayer; or separately; especially in Lent and on Rogation days. O God the Father, Creator of heaven and earth, Have mercy upon us. O God the Son, Redeemer of the world, Have mercy upon us.

O God the Holy Spirit, Sanctifier of the faithful, Have mercy. For weather we like it or not the work is at war, a war with terrorists, a culture war, even currently a war about bathroom use.

Originally composed in as The Armour of God this book is a collection of prayers, thoughts, reflections and quotes from the bible, saints and church s: in times of war and civil unrest.

A Christian Prayer for Peace in Our Time. O God, author and giver of peace, in whose image and likeness each of us has been created with a human dignity worthy of respect on earth and destined for eternal glory, Listen to the cry that rises from every corner of this fragile earth, from our human family torn by violent conflict: Give peace in our time, O good.

This book is sized so that I would have no problem tucking it in my purse; it is no larger than a normal sized paperback.

It contains litanies including litanies to individual saints and angels and litanies for special needs. I was very happy to find three litanies for the Souls in Purgatory and also a litany to be used in time of s: The only occasional use of the Litany prescribed in the Prayer book is that in the Ordinal, where it has been a feature of the service from very early times.

Uniformity has brought it about that the Litany there shall have the same appendix of prayers for a time of war as is included in the regular Litany. A Time of War did for me what From Here to Eternity did—gave me a clearer picture of wartime (Eternity, of course, is World War II, while Time of War is Vietnam,) plus bot The subject matter of that film had nothing to do with his writing, but I was curious to see if this man I was watching could actually write/5(10).

In a time when Americans are doing a lot of soul searching about war and wondering how to live out the Christian faith in such perilous times, this book comes as a needed help. This book is a must reading. --Tony Campolo, PhD, Eastern University, St. Davids, PA --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition s: 1.

Prayers in a Time of War. For Troops All-powerful and ever-living God, when Abraham left his native land and departed from his people you kept him safe through all his journeys. Protect these soldiers.

Be their constant companion and their strength in battle, their refuge in every adversity. Guide them, O Lord, that they may return home in safety.

This new, updated edition of litanies - responsorial prayers of the people for use in the liturgy and other gatherings - draws from a wealth of Anglican and ecumenical material from all parts of the world, and is suitable for most mainline churches. Contents include: Prayer and Worship Prayer and Time Prayer and the World Prayer and the Church Prayer and the Local Community.

When the Union Jack was hauled down over the Atlantic naval ports of Cobh, Berehaven and Lough Swilly inthe Irish were jubilant.

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But in London, Churchhill brooded on the 'incomprehensible' act of surrendering three of the Royal Navy's finest ports when Europe was about to go to war.4/5(4). So, with that in mind, please indulge me as a share a series of prayers from my Lutheran Book of Prayer for us to recite in such uncertain times as these.

PRAYER FOR A TIME OF NATIONAL CRISIS Heavenly Father, I come to Your throne of mercy, bowed down and wearied by the weight of suffering and disaster visited upon our country.

This is an expanded version of a previous page for those serving in the military. WE have retained that single page and added a number of prayers to St. Michael the Archangel that are not in the Angels' directory, as well as traditional prayers for those serving in time of war, along with general information on St.

Michael and the Angels. Litany to The Lamb of God in Time of War. 53 likes 1 talking about this. Peace prayers. O FATHER of mercies and God of all comfort, our only help in time of need; We humbly beseech thee to behold, visit, and relieve thy sick servant [N.] for whom our prayers are upon him with the eyes of thy mercy; comfort him with a sense of thy goodness; preserve him from the temptations of the enemy; and give him patience under his affliction.

The BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER of the PECUSA has several prayers for a time of war (pages of the pew edition), but the Prayer Book of ECUSA in "Prayers and Thanksgivings" ff.

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does not have a specific prayer for use in time of war. It does have prayers for peace, for country, for the government, for social justice and for prisoners.

In A Time of War is refreshingly devoid of any opinion or overt criticism of the Bush Administration and its decision to go to war with Iraq.

In fact, thankfully the author, Bill Murphy, Jr., spends very little time on the politics of the war or any of the more controversial aspects of how it has been fought. Books shelved as wartime: The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr, The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank, The Nigh.

THE LITANY. Here followeth the Litany or General Supplication, which may be sung or said after Morning Prayer upon Sundays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and also upon any day at the discretion of the shall be used on the Rogation Days, and at other times when it.

Litany of Loreto in Context MARIAN LITANIES OF THE EAST. In the Eastern church litanies are always a part of the official liturgy, and they have at least three different forms: Synaptae (Collect), Ektenie ("intense" prayer of intercession and pardon based in part on Psalm 50) and Aitaesis (intercessory prayer for peace, pardon and protection).

Marian litanies are numerous in the East and may. For use in the Litany in place of the Versicle and Collect which follows the Lord’s Prayer; or at the end of Morning or Evening Prayer; or as a separate devotion; especially in times of war, or of national anxiety, or of disaster.

O Lord, arise, help us; And deliver us for thy Name’s sake. The VVA Book of Prayers and Services contains suggested services for use upon the death of a VVA member or VVA Associate, as well as services for Memorial Day or Memorial Day began following the Civil War as a time to honor the dead of that terrible conflict.

A clearinghouse of worship resources for a time of war from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the Reformed Church in America, the Presbyterian Church (USA), the Episcopal Church, the United Church of Christ, the Moravian Church in America, the United Methodist Church, and others.

The Presbyterian Church (USA) has extensive worship resources related to Iraq, including prayers used. A litany (gr. Εκτενής ; sl. Ектения - Ektenija) is a prayerful sequence of supplications which are intoned by a deacon or priest in the name of all those praying.

After each petition the choir or people sing, "Lord, have mercy," "Grant this, O Lord" (or in some translations, "Grant it, O Lord"), or "To Thee, O Lord" (or "To You, O Lord").Developed and Presented by An Independent Traditional BCP Ministry THE LITANY or General Supplication.

As Written in the Book of Common Prayer.