God Be in My Head: Praying With the Sarum Prayer
* Uses an ancient prayer in contemporary, accessible ways * May be used as Lenten or Advent guide The Sarum Prayer is a remarkably accessible ancient prayer with contemporary appeal-memorable, physical, genderless, and mystical. It is suited for use throughout...
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* Uses an ancient prayer in contemporary, accessible ways * May be used as Lenten or Advent guide The Sarum Prayer is a remarkably accessible ancient prayer with contemporary appeal-memorable, physical, genderless, and mystical. It is suited for use throughout the day, invoking a God who inhabits all things, including our senses. Like the Serenity Prayer, it appeals to those relying on God to get through their day. This book offers a step-by-step introduction to the prayer that fosters improved conscious contact with God. With forty short meditations, it draws the reader into the different aspects of the prayer each day and can serve as an easyaccess Lenten guide. These short essays are designed to mediate an enhanced experience through daily use. Though field-tested as a Lenten prayer guide, it is a devotional suitable for any time of year, making connection with God possible even to those not steeped in a religious tradition.
KEN WILSON is a graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and a recipient of the Denman Evangelism Award. His ministry experience includes parachurch organizations such as The Navigators, Youth for Christ and Young Life, as well as local church leadership in evangelism, small groups and missions. He works as a bridge engineer and project manager with Michael Baker Corporation, and he graduated from Cornell University and the University of Illinois with degrees in engineering. One of his favorite roles is leading small groups for seekers both in his neighborhood and his workplace. Ken liv
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Opening Reflections On The Sarum Prayer (days 1-4)
- 3 Reflections On "god Be In My Head-and In My Understanding" (days 5-10)
- 4 Reflections On "god Be In My Eyes-and In My Looking" (days 11-16)
- 5 Reflections On "god Be In My Mouth-and In My Speaking" (days 17-22)
- 6 Reflections On "god Be In My Heart-and In My Thinking" (days 23-28)
- 7 Reflections On "god Be At My End-and At My Departing" (days 29-34)
- 8 Closing Reflections On The Sarum Prayer (days 35-40)