Prostrate in Prayer

Thursdays: The New Testament
Acts 9

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Our reading from the Acts of the Apostles this year ends with the conversion of St. Paul. Then he was Saul, with one driving compulsion—to persecute those who follow Jesus. Jesus shakes his very being. Enter the scene. Experience the profound shift in Paul to a fire that burns for love and joy, no longer for death.

Are you also ready to be shocked and astonished by the call of God on your life? As you pray, you are bathed in the same light that threw Paul to the ground, rising as a new creature. You might physically prostrate yourself in prayer. Welcome the gifts for ministry that the Spirit pours into you.

The Reading for Today
Text     Audio

Bible Breaths
What are these?
Meeting You along the way v. 3
Only led by inner Light v. 8
An instrument in Your hand v. 15
Joyful healing in Your name v. 32ff

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This is the Seventh Week in Easter, Year A.
See “Solar and Sacred Seasons” in the menu above.
Thursdays are dedicated to the New Testament, except the Gospels.

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Artwork: Conversion on the Way to Damascus (1601), by Caravaggio

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