Our Morning Offering – 1 September – World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation

Our Morning Offering – 1 September – World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation

Praise God for Creation
From the Psalter Week 1

When God had filled the earth with life
and blessed it, to increase,
then cattle dwelt with creeping things
and lion with lamb, at peace.

He gave them vast, untrodden lands,
with plants to be their food;
then God saw all that He had made
and found it very good.

Praise God, the Father of all life,
His Son and Spirit blest,
by whom creation lives and moves,
in Whom it comes to rest.

praise god for creation-psalter week 1 -thursday evening prayer-hymn


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