Duncan Wilson psalms for today

Psalm 27 renewed — Duncan Wilson, UK

Lectionary reading for Lent 2 Written to be read responsively; may be read by a single reader. God is like a light guiding us to safety, building a strong wall around us to keep us safe from harm. Should evil forces threaten us we will not be overcome. Those who stand against God are the […]

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Psalm 36 renewed – Duncan Wilson UK

Epiphany 2, Year C Your love reaches as high as the heavens, your faithfulness, wide as the bright blue skies. Your goodness soars to the mountain peaks, your justice fathoms the depths of the sea. All your creatures find rest in your shade. How precious your constant love! How safe the protection of your wing. […]

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Psalm 19 Renewed – Duncan Wilson, UK

Epiphany 3, Year C This might be read responsively with two voices. The heavens are telling us about God’s glory! the whole universe displays God’s handiwork. One day tells it to another, and night to night repeats it to the next and this without using words or signs, only the murmur of silence. Yet their […]

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Psalm 104 for Whitsunday — Duncan Wilson, UK

Lectionary reading — Pentecost This might be read by a solo reader or responsively. How many are the things you have made, your thoughtfulness brought them all to life. The earth is full of your creatures, great and small, all of them look to you in hope, and you give them their food in good […]

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Psalm 118 renewed — Duncan Wilson, UK

For Palm Sunday Open now the gates to God’s holy place. We will go in and give thanks to our God. The foundation stone which the builders set aside has proved the most important of all. This was achieved by God and how wonderful to behold. Today celebrates God’s victory. Rejoice in it. God bless […]

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Psalm 107 Renewed — Duncan Wilson, UK

Lent 4, Year B ‘Give thanks to God for God is good, with a love that never fades.’ Keep on saying these words to recall how you have been saved, rescued from your adversaries, brought home from exile, from east and west, from south and north. Not everyone was wise, many falling into sinfulness, and […]

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