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28B. A Scripted Reading of Psalm 1 and 28

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First Line: The Word of the Lord form Psalm 1 and 28
Title: A Scripted Reading of Psalm 1 and 28
Publication Date: 2012
Topic: Church Year: Advent; Elements of Worship: Praise and Adoration; Friends (10 more...)
Source: Psalter for the Christian People
Copyright: © Liturgical Press
Notes: Scripted reading. This combination of Pss. 1 and 28 highlights how Ps. 28 offers a faithful way of responding to the call of Ps. 1, much like the way in which a creed, acclamation, or prayer of dedication is a fitting response to a sermon.
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