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loved the liturgy. (and nicked it for my blog - with credits!) Thanks


powerful liturgy - will be using this in our service - thanks for posting it.


Yeah thats very powerful stuff. I'll definitely use that one, one day


I was asked to preach because my Pastor was not feeling well earlier tonight and used this as a starting point. (In a Baptist Church no less!) The idea overall was that we no longer experienced miracles because we have been too familiar with Jesus. (Used Matthew 13:53-58) I noted that I almost changed the response line to "But even if you don't, and we don't really think you will, you are still God." This liturgy really got me thinking. Thanks!



This is a beautifully powerful liturgy.

Thank you,

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