Morning Prayer for Thursday September 24

Welcome to brief (just over 18 minutes) Morning Prayer. Today’s conversational reflection is on Luke 9:7-9. Who is this Jesus and what does Herod really want from him? What is Luke trying to warn us about the nature of earthly power and its relationship with religion?

(Click on Morning Prayer above to go to a link where you can hear the recording).

Thank you for joining us today! The blessing of God, our Hope, be with you always, Amy and Joe

Trial of Jesus before Herod Antipas (1311) is a painting by Duccio, at Museo dellOpera del Duomo, Siena, Italy.,_art

  1. Amy and Joe, Bill and I are loving your morning prayer message each day. Today was an especially welcome message given all that is going on here in the US. It is easy to lose hope but your thoughts today were so very helpful. Thank you so much. May God bless you both with joy and peace!!! With love, Sally Garrett

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    1. Thank you Sally! So good to hear from you. Glad you and Bill are joining us in prayer. So good to know we remain connected this way. Love, Joe and Amy


  2. Thank you for offering this prayer to your followers! I really appreciate your efforts to spread to love of Christ in this format. I also wrote on Luke 9:7-9 recently, and I think you guys would find the content interesting. The posts are titled “Parables and Positive Psychology,” and I wrote on this passage on 09/24/20. In these posts, I aim to show how the contemporary findings of positive psychology are complementary to what gives me meaning in my faith. Positive psychology is the scientific study of well-being and happiness, and I think you would find these posts interesting. I also welcome any of your own reflections on the content that I write on. I hope to see you there but if not, I hope you are doing well, and God bless you! Keep finding ways to spread the love of Christ to others!

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