New every morning is your love, great God of light, and all day long you are working for good in the world. Stir up in us desire to serve you, to live peacefully with our neighbors and all your creation, and to devote each day to your Son, our Savior Jesus Christ. Amen.

"A Liturgy for Morning Prayer," Upper Room Worshipbook

Used by permission from the Book of Common Worship, © 2018 Westminster John Knox Press. All rights reserved. This prayer appears in “A Liturgy for Morning Prayer” in Upper Room Worshipbook.

Praying with John Wesley

David A. deSilva • October 2003

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Praying with John Wesley is based on the model for daily prayer developed by Wesley in 1733. Centered on 6 Christian virtues, it includes daily scripture reading, personal reflection, and prayer. While remaining true to Wesley’s intent and emphasis, DeSilva has updated and interpreted Wesley’s prayers to be used by 21st-century Christians who are seeking to grow as disciples, taking the reader through one full week of morning and evening devotions.

We encourage readers to use this guide through several weekly cycles. The first time through you’ll learn about the virtues and begin to wrestle with their meaning and value. By repeating the cycle, your understanding will deepen.

Perfect for the Advent season or for Lenten reflection.

David A. deSilva is Associate Professor of New Testament and Greek at Ashland Theological Seminary, Ashland, OH. He has written over 100 articles and reviews and numerous books, including The Credentials of an Apostle, The 4 Maccabees, Perseverance in Gratitude, New Testament Themes, and Paul and the Macedonians. In addition to his academic pursuits, he has been very active in music ministries throughout his life and is currently director of choirs at First United Methodist Church, Ashland, OH.

ISBN: 978-0-88177-317-0

Imprint: Discipleship Resources

Pub Date: October 2003

Trim Size: 6 in (w) x 9 in (h) x in (d)

Page Count: 48

BISAC Categories: RELIGION / Christianity / Methodist

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