Setting Our Faith & Hope

Revive Us Again

Third Sunday of Easter, Year A

We too often want to get back to normal, to the same old, same old. But that’s the whole point of Easter; there is no same old anymore. Everything is new. We might be living in a Good Friday kind of world, but we are of Easter.

Offertory Prayer

God of righteousness, God of mercy: We have been called through the apostles to live in reverent fear – not a fear that immobilizes, but a fear that empowers us because we know how much is at stake. We know there are implication for what we do and what we don’t do. Dedicate the gifts we give this morning to do the things your heart longs for your church to do; help our eyes to be opened to where you would use us. We pray in the name of our risen savior, Christ our Lord. Amen. (I Peter 1:17-23)

Oraciones para ofrendar

Dios de justicia, Dios de misericordia: Hemos sido llamados a través de los apóstoles a vivir en un temor reverente – no un temor que inmoviliza, sino un temor que nos da poder porque sabemos cuánto está en juego. Sabemos que hay consecuencias para lo que hacemos y lo que no hacemos. Dedica estos diezmos y ofrendas que damos esta mañana a hacer las cosas que tu corazón anhela que haga tu iglesia; ayuda a que nuestros ojos se abran para ver donde nos usarás. Oramos en el nombre de nuestro salvador resucitado, Cristo nuestro Señor. Amén. (1 Pedro 1:17-23)


Spanish translation provided by United Methodist Communications.

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Second Sunday of Easter, Year A - Lectionary Planning Notes Third Sunday of Easter, Year A - Lectionary Planning Notes Fourth Sunday of Easter, Year A - Lectionary Planning Notes