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Day 40 of 40 Days of Beardedness Lenten Journey

Lent is a season of reflection use this daily way to spend time growing closer to God. You can download the whole 40 day’s of Beardedness for free (Here)!

The 40 Days of Beardedness is for you to use as a liturgical journey through Lent.  This journey starts with an opening prayer from the Psalms, Scripture readings through the book of Proverbs and a few Psalms, Lenten inspired hymns, and a closing prayer by Saints, Historical Leaders, and a Pastor Poet.  We do not guarantee that you will have a better beard by Easter but our hope and prayer is that your relationship with God, People, and yourself are stronger and deeper than ever.

Opening Prayer

My soul waits for God alone. He alone is my rock and my salvation. Trust in him at all times, O people. Power and love belong to God. Amen. Psalm 62

Scripture Reading  Psalm 118

Hymn

“Out of the Depths I Cry” United Methodist Hymnal 515 (Verse 5)

Though great our sins and sore our woes,
His grace much more aboundeth;
His helping love no limit knows,
Our utmost need it soundeth;
Our kind and faithful Shepherd He,
Who shall at last set Israel free
From all their sin and sorrow.

Closing Prayer

O God, come to our assistance.

O Lord, hasten to help us.

The Lord Almighty grant us a restful night and peace at the last.

Amen.

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Day 39 of 40 Days of Beardedness Lenten Journey

Lent is a season of reflection use this daily way to spend time growing closer to God. You can download the whole 40 day’s of Beardedness for free (Here)!

The 40 Days of Beardedness is for you to use as a liturgical journey through Lent.  This journey starts with an opening prayer from the Psalms, Scripture readings through the book of Proverbs and a few Psalms, Lenten inspired hymns, and a closing prayer by Saints, Historical Leaders, and a Pastor Poet.  We do not guarantee that you will have a better beard by Easter but our hope and prayer is that your relationship with God, People, and yourself are stronger and deeper than ever.

Opening Prayer

My soul waits for God alone. He alone is my rock and my salvation. Trust in him at all times, O people. Power and love belong to God. Amen. Psalm 62

 

Scripture Reading Psalm 145

Hymn

“Out of the Depths I Cry” United Methodist Hymnal 515 (Verse 3)

And thus, my hope is in the Lord,
And not in mine own merit;
I rest upon His faithful word
To them of contrite spirit.
That He is merciful and just,–
This is my comfort and my trust,
His help I wait with patience.

Closing Prayer

O God, come to our assistance.

O Lord, hasten to help us.

The Lord Almighty grant us a restful night and peace at the last.

Amen.

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Day 38 of 40 Days of Beardedness Lenten Journey

Lent is a season of reflection use this daily way to spend time growing closer to God. You can download the whole 40 day’s of Beardedness for free (Here)!

The 40 Days of Beardedness is for you to use as a liturgical journey through Lent.  This journey starts with an opening prayer from the Psalms, Scripture readings through the book of Proverbs and a few Psalms, Lenten inspired hymns, and a closing prayer by Saints, Historical Leaders, and a Pastor Poet.  We do not guarantee that you will have a better beard by Easter but our hope and prayer is that your relationship with God, People, and yourself are stronger and deeper than ever.

Opening Prayer

My soul waits for God alone. He alone is my rock and my salvation. Trust in him at all times, O people. Power and love belong to God. Amen. Psalm 62

 

Scripture Reading Psalm 27

 

Hymn 

“Out of the Depths I Cry” United Methodist Hymnal 515 (Verse 2)

Our pardon is Thy gift;

Thy love And grace alone avail us.
Our works could ne’er our guilt remove,

The strictest life would fail us.
That none may boast himself of aught,

But own in fear Thy grace hath wrought

What in him seemeth righteous.

Closing Prayer

O God, come to our assistance.

O Lord, hasten to help us.

The Lord Almighty grant us a restful night and peace at the last.

Amen.

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Day 37 of 40 Days of Beardedness Lenten Journey

Lent is a season of reflection use this daily way to spend time growing closer to God. You can download the whole 40 day’s of Beardedness for free (Here)!

The 40 Days of Beardedness is for you to use as a liturgical journey through Lent.  This journey starts with an opening prayer from the Psalms, Scripture readings through the book of Proverbs and a few Psalms, Lenten inspired hymns, and a closing prayer by Saints, Historical Leaders, and a Pastor Poet.  We do not guarantee that you will have a better beard by Easter but our hope and prayer is that your relationship with God, People, and yourself are stronger and deeper than ever.

Opening Prayer

My soul waits for God alone. He alone is my rock and my salvation. Trust in him at all times, O people. Power and love belong to God. Amen. Psalm 62

Scripture Reading
Proverbs 31

Hymn 

“Out of the Depths I Cry” United Methodist Hymnal 515 (Verse 1)

Out of the depths I cry to Thee;

Lord, hear me, I implore Thee!
Bend down Thy gracious ear to me,

My prayer let come before Thee!
If Thou remember each misdeed,

If each should have its rightful meed,
Who may abide Thy presence?

 

Closing Prayer

O God, come to our assistance.

O Lord, hasten to help us.

The Lord Almighty grant us a restful night and peace at the last.

Amen.

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Day 36 of 40 Days of Beardedness Lenten Journey

Lent is a season of reflection use this daily way to spend time growing closer to God. You can download the whole 40 day’s of Beardedness for free (Here)!

The 40 Days of Beardedness is for you to use as a liturgical journey through Lent.  This journey starts with an opening prayer from the Psalms, Scripture readings through the book of Proverbs and a few Psalms, Lenten inspired hymns, and a closing prayer by Saints, Historical Leaders, and a Pastor Poet.  We do not guarantee that you will have a better beard by Easter but our hope and prayer is that your relationship with God, People, and yourself are stronger and deeper than ever.

Opening Prayer

Lord, my heart isn’t proud; my eyes aren’t conceited.

I don’t get involved with things too great or wonderful for me.

No. But I have calmed and quieted myself like a weaned child on its mother;

I’m like the weaned child that is with me. Israel, wait for the Lord—

from now until forever from now! Amen. Psalm 131

 

Scripture Reading Psalm 119

 

Hymn“Let Us Pray To The Lord”

United Methodist Hymnal 485

Let us pray to the Lord.

Lord, have mercy.

Christ, have mercy.

Lord, have mercy.

 

Closing Prayer

The Lord’s Prayer

Our father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name.

Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.

Give us this day our daily bread.

And forgive us our trespasses,  as we forgive those who trespass against us.

And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.

For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen.