Psalm 105:1-6, 23-26

What if? What if Egypt never enslaved and mistreated the people of Israel? Would they have ever left? So what if their experience in Egypt was meant to disorient them away from Egypt and toward the promised land. And what if God uses our disorienting moments and experiences to help usher us into a reorientation toward God’s self and new possibilities?
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Our Worship this Week:


Hymns for the Week:


As you prepare for this Sunday’s worship

Included here are the scriptures, reflection questions, and prayers that are thematically matched to our Sunday worship outline.

Scriptures: Exod 3:1-15; Ps 105:1-6, 23-26, 45b; Matt 16:21-28; Rom 12:9-21

Questions for Reflection:
How can your life include a faithful response to Jesus’ charge that his followers must “deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me” (Matt. 16:24)?

Morning Prayer:

God of love, today help us to live peaceably with all. Help us live in genuine love: to love our neighbors as ourselves, and to love you, O God, with our whole heart, mind, and strength. In Jesus’ loving name. Amen

Evening Prayer:

Holy God, because you have been with us this day, we have stood on holy ground. Thank you. We know that you will remain with us through this night. Thank you. We know that you will be with us again tomorrow. Thank you. In Jesus’ holy name. Amen.

One Response to “Reorientation”

  1. Lucy Younger ❣️ says:

    Thanks for letting me have the opportunity to start my day with such a wonderful lesson.
    God bless you 😜!