A Prayer Based on Micah 6:8

A 21st Century Worship Resource for the Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany, Year A
by Carolyn W. Dandridge, Discipleship Ministries

Give us, o Lord, an eye for injustice.
For it is only when are able to recognize injustice and feel its awful sting that we will be moved to make things right.

Give us, o Lord, a tender heart.
Sometimes we are too hard-hearted to recognize when we have been uncaring, unfeeling, or unkind.

Grant us, o Lord the ability to view life from the dust.
All our lives we have been taught to make others proud, to be proud of ourselves, to hold our heads high -- all the while missing the virtues of being poor in spirit.

Teach us dear Lord, to do justice, love kindness, and to walk humbly with you. Amen.


From the Africana Worship Book for Year A. Copyright Discipleship Resources. Used with permission.

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