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105A. Recalling God's Faithfulness: A Litany

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First Line: Give praise to the LORD, proclaim his name
Title: Recalling God's Faithfulness: A Litany
Author: John D. Witvliet
Publication Date: 2012
Topic: Biblical Names and Places: Aaron; Biblical Names and Places: Abraham; Biblical Names and Places: Canaan (34 more...)
Copyright: Psalm text © THE HOLY BIBLE, NEW INTERNATIONAL VERSION®, NIV® Copyright ® 1973, 1978, 1984, 2011 by Biblica, Inc.™; Litany © Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike
Notes: Ps. 105 not only tells us to remember, tell, and make known the deeds of the Lord, but it also provides a model for how to do so. This prayer outline begins and ends with the framing words of Ps. 105, and allows for us to follow the model of the psalm, a joyful retelling of God’s redemptive history. Ps. 105 focuses especially on God’s works in the time of Joseph and Moses. Our improvisatory praise can include a wide variety of memories from both biblical history and our own lives. This outline for a doxological memorial could be used for nearly any occasion. It is especially fitting for celebrations of the festivals in the Christian year that mark particular actions of God in history.
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