Week Four
Tuesday Evening

Greeting and Doxology


Drink in the richness of God. Enjoy the strength of the Holy One.

I will never stop
thanking God,
with constant
words of praise.
My soul will
boast of God;
the poor will hear me
and be glad.

Join me in prais
ing the Lord,
together tell
of God’s name.
I asked and the
Lord responded,
freed me from
all my fears.

Turn to God, be
bright with joy;
you shall never
be let down.
I begged
and God heard,
took my bur
dens from me.

God’s angel de
fends the faithful,
guards them on
every side.
Drink in the rich
ness of God,
enjoy the strength
of the Lord.

Live in awe of
God, you saints:
you will
want for nothing.
Even if l
ions go hungry,
those seeking
God are fed.

Come to me,
children, listen:
learn to cher
ish the Lord.
Do you
long for life,
for time to en
joy success?

Keep your
tongue from evil,
keep lies far
from your lips.
Shun evil, g
o after good,
press on, seek
after peace.

God con
fronts the wicked
to blot them
out forever,
but turns toward the just
to hear their cry for help.

The troubled call out:
God hears,
saves the from
all distress.
God stays near
broken hearts
heals the
wounded spirit.

The good en
dure great trials,
but God comes
to their rescue
and guard their
every bone
so not
one is broken.

Evil kills
its own kind,
dooms the wick
ed to death.
God saves those
who keep faith;
no trusting
soul is doomed.

READING Colossians 3:15-17

Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts to which indeed you were called in the one body.
And be thankful. Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly; teach and admonish one another in all wisdom; and with gratitude in your hearts sing psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs to God.
And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.

We will sing your praise, O God, for you renew us with your love.

I acclaim the greatness of the Lord,
I delight in God my savior,
who regarded my humble state.
Truly from this day on All ages will call me blest.

For God, wonderful in power,
has used that strength for me.
Holy the name of the Lord!
Whose mercy embraces the faithful,
one generation to the next.

The mighty arm of God
scatters the proud in their conceit,
Pulls tyrants from their thrones,
and raises up the humble.
The Lord fills the starving
And lets the rich go hungry.

God rescues lowly Israel,
recalling the promise of mercy,
the promise made to our ancestors,
to Abraham’s heirs for ever.

God’s love calls us together for spiritual nourishment and gives us the opportunity to ask for help in our needs:
Gracious God, we ask in faith.

For the church, may we hear your words of love that enable us to grow in our commitment, we pray:
For public officials, may they submit to your laws in the performance of their public service, we pray:
For the oppressed in our world, may they feel your touch through our hands, we pray:
For each member of our community, that we may offer the love of Jesus to one another, we pray:



Jesus, you promised that whatever we ask for in your name will be granted. Confident in this promise, we pray for the needs of our earth and of all who share it as their home. Give us what we need for life and holiness, so that in all we do we may praise your name and hasten the coming of your reign. In your name, Jesus, we pray. Amen

May God’s blessing be upon us. Amen
May God’s light lead us in the way of Righteousness. Amen.
May our lives be patterned on Christ Jesus. Amen.