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We Have Come, Broken: A Call to Worship Based on Ezekiel 37:1-11

We have come, broken, battered, and lifeless. Our bones are dry and we have lost sight of who we are.

Response: Breathe new life into us that we might live.

We are dead and unaware of when our death occurred.

Response: Breathe new life into us that we might live.

We need your resurrection power to fall in our lives today.

Response:
Breathe new life into our lives,
Breathe new life into our homes,
Breathe new life into our neighborhoods,
Breathe new life into our relationships,
Breathe new life into our church.

We, like Ezekiel, Mary, and Martha, trust in your power to breathe new life into our dry bones and dead situations.

All: We stand waiting for your life-giving spirit to fall upon us so that we might be revived, restored, and renewed; so that we might live resurrected lives with newness and vitality in new and transformative ways.

The Rev. Sharletta M. Green, M.A., M.Div, is a clergy member of the West Virginia Conference of the United Methodist Church.

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