The Theologian’s Prayer
Oh Lord, may I stand among the great and nameless throng
Our voices weaving seamlessly in one unchanging song.
Thy glory as our object, thy person as our fame
With gratitude, with servitude our one, our great refrain.
Holy, Holy, Holy is the Lord God Almighty
Who was, and is, and is to come.
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JOSIAH MEYER, B.A., M.A. is a speaker, author and teacher based in Quebec, Canada. Josiah identifies as both “Reformed & Mennonite,” and seeks to meld the best of the two traditions together. On his blog and podcast, he seeks to “create a mature and stable Christian worldview,” (Ephesians 4:14): in his sermons, he tries to speak the answers of Scriptures into the aching questions of our age. Voir tous les articles par Josiah
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