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8 thoughts on “ Christ With Me - A Celtic Prayer - A Celtic Prayer (CD, Album) ”

  1. Faell says:
    A Celtic Evening Prayer. I place my soul and my body In your safe refuge this night, O God, In your safe refuge, O Jesus Christ, In your safe refuge, O Spirit of Truth, The Three who defend my cause, And never turn the back upon me. Father, kind and just, Son, who overcame death, Holy Spirit of power, Keep me this night from harm.
  2. Kagashakar says:
    Jan 04,  · The following is an old Celtic prayer. It has been called the Christ Canticle and was often a part of Celtic Christian liturgy. I find this prayer to be a great way to start my day, especially when the day ahead could be stressful. I appreciate the reminder .
  3. Dule says:
    God the Father, all-powerful, all loving, Jesus, the Son of tears and sorrow, With thy co-assistance, O Holy Spirit! The Three-One, ever-living, ever-mighty, everlasting, Who brought the Children of Israel through the Red Sea, And Jonah to land from the belly of the great creature of the ocean, Who brought Paul and his companions in the ship, From the.
  4. Grozahn says:
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  5. Femi says:
    People Through Christ, with Christ, and in Christ, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, all glory is yours, God most holy, now and forever. Amen. Celebrant Becauseyou are one with us, O Christ, make us one with you as we pray the prayeryou taught us. The Lord’s Prayer All Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name, thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.
  6. Nijind says:
    Oct 26,  · Like the winding lines in Celtic art, the content of the prayer seems to wind back and forth with its repetition. Here are some characteristics in the Breastplate that are common in many Celtic Christian prayers: The immanence or closeness of God. (“Christ with me, Christ before me, Christ behind me, Christ in me, ).
  7. Arashijar says:
    That have held me down and frozen me in place. Let me find forgiveness for those who have injured me, Let me forgive my own mistakes and misdeeds. You are my compass and my anchor. Please Lord let me have the strength, The strength to let go and to move, Always toward your light, In Christ's name we pray. Amen. Prayer by Beth Maxwell Boyle.
  8. Mushura says:
    The texts are well-known prayers of Celtic origin, passed down orally from generation to generation and sung here in English by a very talented choir of men and boys. The text of the title track, "Christ Be With Me," was written by St. Patrick in the fifth century; many others are by authors unknown, which adds to their beauty and mystery.

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