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God with us always

Helen Lynch explores God’s presence in the darkness

God with us always ISTOCK/ BAHADIRTANRIOVER

Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light.

Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light.

You will need:
Three large candles; smaller candles (at least two or three per person): all unlit.

Suggested music to begin:
Come As You Are – David Crowder

Suggested music to finish:
Sovereign Over Us – Aaron Keyes

 

Gather
We gather in the darkness to come before God,
bringing our broken edges, our grief, our failures.
To open ourselves up to God’s presence in those hard times,
To ask for God’s help to live with our hurt,
and to be open to newness of life, nurtured by God’s love.

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