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Text:A Prayer of Confession
Author (Hymn):Robert Robinson
Author (Prayer):Martin Tel

14C. A Prayer of Confession

Text Information
First Line: Holy Wisdom, Almighty God
Title: A Prayer of Confession
Author (Hymn): Robert Robinson (1758, alt.)
Author (Prayer): Martin Tel
Language: English
Publication Date: 2012
Topic: Atheism; Biblical Names and Places: Israel; Biblical Names and Places: Jacob (14 more...)
Copyright: © Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike
Notes: This litany of confession should follow either the reading or singing of Ps. 14. In the passages quoted in the assurance of pardon, the apostle Paul quotes from both Pss. 14 and 32 in order to teach concerning justification and redemption in Christ Jesus. The hymn stanza provided may be sung either to the tune BEACH SPRING or NETTLETON. Alternately, the entire hymn “Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing” or another hymn of praise may be sung as a response to the assurance of pardon.
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