Saturday, January 29, 2022

Day Song - Friday after Epiphany 4

Service Recording



Day Song - Friday after Epiphany 4

Service Date: Friday, February 4, 2022



Invitation



Friday - Daysong Invitation


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May God bless us!
May God, our God, bless us!
Then all/the ends of/the earth
will give him the honor he de-serves.

May God show/us his favor and bless us!
May he smile up-on us!
Then those living on earth will know what you are like;
all nations will know how you de-liver your peo-ple.

Let foreign-ers re-joice and cele-brate!
For you exe-cute justice a-mong the na-tions,
O God, make speed to save us.
O Lord, make haste to help us.

Glory to/the Fath-er, and to/the Son,
and to/the Ho-ly Spi-rit:
as it was in/the be-ginning, is now,
and will be for-ever A-men.


Psalm 119:1-24


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How blessed are those
whose ac-tions are blame-less,
who o-bey the law of/the Lord.
How blessed are those who ob-serve his rules,

and seek him with all their hearts,
who, more-over, do no wrong,
but follow in his foot-steps.
You de-mand that your pre-cepts be careful-ly kept.

If only I were pre-dis-posed
to keep all your stat-utes!
Then I would not be a-shamed,
if I were focused on all your com-mands.

I will give you sin-cere thanks,
when I learn your just regu-la-tions.
I will keep your stat-utes.
Do not com-pletely a-ban-don me!

How can a young person main-tain a pure life?
By guarding it ac-cording to your in-struc-tions!
With all my heart I seek you.
Do not al-low me to stray from your com-mands!

In my heart I store up your words,
so I might not sin a-gainst you.
You de-serve praise, O Lord!
Teach me all your stat-utes!

With my lips I pro-claim
all the regu-lations you have re-vealed.
I re-joice in/the life-style pre-scribed by your rules
as if they were riches of all kinds.

I will medi-tate on your pre-cepts
and focus on your be-hav-ior.
I find de-light in your stat-utes;
I do not for-get your in-struc-tions.

Be kind to your serv-ant!
Then I will live and keep your in-struc-tions.
Open my eyes so I can tru-ly see
the marvel-ous things in your law!

I am a resi-dent foreign-er in this land.
Do not hide your com-mands from me!
I desper-ate-ly long to know
your regu-lations at all times.

You repri-mand arro-gant peo-ple.
Those who stray from your com-mands are doomed.
Spare me shame and hu-mili-a-tion,
for I ob-serve your rules.

Though rulers plot and slan-der me,
your servant medi-tates on your stat-utes.
Yes, I find de-light in your rules;
Your law gives me guid-ance.

Glory to/the Fath-er, and to/the Son,
and to/the Ho-ly Spi-rit:
as it was in/the be-ginning, is now,
and will be for-ever A-men.


Readings



A reading from John 7:1-13


After this Jesus went about in Galilee. He did not wish to go about in Judea because the Jews were looking for an opportunity to kill him. Now the Jewish festival of Booths was near. So his brothers said to him, "Leave here and go to Judea so that your disciples also may see the works you are doing; for no one who wants to be widely known acts in secret. If you do these things, show yourself to the world." (For not even his brothers believed in him.) Jesus said to them, "My time has not yet come, but your time is always here. The world cannot hate you, but it hates me because I testify against it that its works are evil. Go to the festival yourselves. I am not going to this festival, for my time has not yet fully come." After saying this, he remained in Galilee. But after his brothers had gone to the festival, then he also went, not publicly but as it were in secret. The Jews were looking for him at the festival and saying, "Where is he?" And there was considerable complaining about him among the crowds. While some were saying, "He is a good man," others were saying, "No, he is deceiving the crowd." Yet no one would speak openly about him for fear of the Jews.

Here ends the reading.
Thanks be to God!





Friday - Our Father


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The Lord be with you.
And al-so with _ you.
Our Father in heav-en,
hal-low-ed be your Name.

Your king-dom come,
your will be done on earth
as/it is in heav-en.
Give us to-day our daily bread.

For-give us our sins
as we _ for-give those
who sin a-gainst us.
Save us from/the time of tri-al

De-liver us from e-vil.
For the king-dom, the power,
and the glory are yours,
now and for-ever A-men.




Collect of the Day


Lord Jesus Christ, you said to your apostles, "Peace I give to you; my peace I leave with you:" Regard not our sins, but the faith of your Church, and give to us the peace and unity of that heavenly city, where with the Father and the Holy Spirit you live and reign, now and for ever.

Amen.

A Collect for Fridays

Almighty God, whose most dear Son went not up to joy but first he suffered pain, and entered not into glory before he was crucified: Mercifully grant that we, walking in the way of the cross, may find it none other than the way of life and peace; through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Amen.

Prayer for Mission

Lord Jesus Christ, you stretched out your arms of love on the hard wood of the cross that everyone might come within the reach of your saving embrace: So clothe us in your Spirit that we, reaching forth our hands in love, may bring those who do not know you to the knowledge and love of you; for the honor of your Name.

Amen.





Friday - Closing Eph 3_20


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Let us bless the Lord. Alle-lu-ia, Alle-lu-ia!
Thanks be to God. Alle-lu-ia, Alle-lu-ia!
Glory to God whose power, working in us,
can do infi-nite-ly more than we can ask or im-ag-ine

Glory to him from gener-a-tion to gener-a-tion in/the Church,
and in Christ Je-sus for-ever and ever A-men.
Let us bless the Lord. Alle-lu-ia, Alle-lu-ia!
Thanks be to God. Alle-lu-ia, Alle-lu-ia!


Music from the Vox Barnabas Psalter, a collection of 60 Chant Scores
released to Public Domain March 30, 2020.
Hymns are taken from the Vox Barnabas Hymnal a collection arranged from Public Domain hymns
and also released to Public Domain for unrestricted Internet and Performance use.
Some psalms and readings are from the New English Translation(NET) Bible, used with permission.
The remaining psalms and readings are from the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV and NRSVAE) Bible, used under the Gratis Use Policy.

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