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Christ in Judgment / Gallego, Fernando, ca. 1440-ca. 1507 / c. 1480 (Click the picture for more information)
Reproduced from Revised Common Lectionary Prayers copyright © 2002 Consultation on Common Texts admin. Augsburg Fortress. Used by permission. A complete edition of the prayers is available though Augsburg Fortress [link].
  • Thematic
  • Shepherd of Israel, hear our prayer
    as your Son heard the plea
    of the criminal crucified with him.
    Gather into Christ's holy reign
    the broken, the sorrowing, and the sinner,
    that all may know
    wholeness, joy, and forgiveness. Amen.
  • Intercessory
  • As the shepherd who cares for the flock, O God,
    you guide all things through Jesus
    whom you have exalted over all creation as king.
    Hear the prayers we offer in his name
    for the creation he cherished
    and that you entrust to us.

    Prayers of the People, concluding with:

    Look upon your people who rejoice in your justice and mercy,
    and grant that the prayers we make
    may reveal Christ's reign in our time. Amen.
  • Scripture (Series 1)
  • Almighty God,
    You rescue us from our enemies,
    that we may serve you without fear.
    Strengthen us,
    that we may share in the inheritance of the saints
    in your kingdom of light. Amen.
  • Scripture (Series 2)
  • Holy God, our refuge and strength,
    you have redeemed your scattered children,
    gathering them from all the corners of the earth
    through your firstborn, the Christ,
    in whom all things are held together.
    Make of us a just and righteous people,
    worthy by grace to inherit with him
    the kingdom of light and peace
    where he reigns with you and the Holy Spirit. Amen.
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