Lenten Litany

By Aaron Pazan

by Joyce Rupp
from Out of the Ordinary

When loved ones experience pain and suffering . . .Remind us that your love is with us.
When illness, aging, or chronic pain diminish our joy . . .Remind us that your love is with us.
When doubts arise and confusion fills our minds . . .Remind us that your love is with us.
When others fail us or refuse to forgive us for our failings . . .Remind us that your love is with us.
When we stumble and stray from the path of goodness . . . Remind us that your love is with us.
When death separates us from those we love dearly . . .Remind us that your love is with us.
When financial problems threaten our security . . .Remind us that your love is with us.
When depression or loneliness returns again and again . . .Remind us that your love is with us.
When broken relationships seem unmendable . . .Remind us that your love is with us.
When our faith strengthens and gives us courage . . .Remind us that your love is with us.
When the precious gift of life is recognized and appreciated . . .Remind us that your love is with us.
When unexpected kindness and caring comes our way . . .Remind us that your love is with us.
When optimism stirs in our hearts and springtime returns . . .Remind us that your love is with us.
When the peace of Christ calms our anxiety and softens our sadness…Remind us that your love is with us.
When we realize that our loving presence can make a difference…Remind us that your love is with us.
When the joy of Easter permeates our hearts . . .Remind us that your love is with us.

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