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The Sunday Morning Plea

Even as we rise today, then gather to worship, it is good to pray that all we all do would be to the glory of God. Perhaps a plea like this, drawn through the works of J. R. Miller, can orient your heart aright as you decide on another Lord’ s Day.

Christ, who died for the sins, and flower again from the dead, we worship You on this Your day. You might be the resurrection and the life. You brought life and growing old to light within your gospel. You could not have to get held of death — but conquered this, thus vanquishing the particular last enemy .

We rejoice these days in the blessings which You have brought to us from your resurrection. You are the Savior who has met every power associated with evil, and has overcome every enemy. We now have nothing to fear even in death, for You have got proved Yourself Lord of dying , and have the keys of the grave. You are going to rescue all Your people from death’s strength.

You might be a Savior who seem to was dead — but who now lives in order to die no more. We now have You for a living Friend and Friend. We are sure of Your own help, O solid Son of The almighty, in our every time associated with need, trial, plus danger.

On this Lord’s day we think of You as away over and above death, and able therefore to lead us through death. Bring us in to living fellowship with Yourself. May this particular be to us a resurrection time, a day of victory over some old sin, a day of new life and hope. Help us to conquer some earthly wish, and enter into several new freedom. Might we rise straight into newness of existence.

May You make this Sunday one of real blessing to us and also to many others. Bless the particular churches everywhere. Allow the power from on high be given to all who preach the gospel and to just about all who teach in the Sunday schools. Assist us to open our own hearts to receive Your own love and the energy of Your Holy Soul. And we will give all the praise to the Father through You, U Jesus, our Messiah. Amen.