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October 18, 2012


Lent & Beyond: Praying for the Diocese of South Carolina

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Yesterday, when I read of the disciplinary action taken against Bishop Mark Lawrence, I wept. I found great comfort is Torre’s post on Psalm 11. If you haven’t read Psalm 11, please do. It changes the frame of reference from the natural to the supernatural, the greater reality.–JW


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For reference, here’s the link to Torre Bissell’s post on Psalm 11 which Jill referenced in her post:
http://anglicanprayer.wordpress.com/2012/10/17/psalm-113-4/

I’m so glad Jill has been able to post something about South Carolina.  I’m currently traveling with little internet access, and so haven’t been able to read much about the current situation.  I’m praying, but didn’t feel I knew enough to really post any prayers publicly.

[1] Posted by Karen B. on 10-18-2012 at 02:53 PM · [top]

Sarah I haven’t posted in a long time,but had to share that with you I have wept for Bishop Lawrence and the Diocese of South Carolina.  I’m off the playing field because of a medical disability.  All I can do now is pray, and Psalm 11 is a good place to start!!!
The Reverend C. Carter Croft+

[2] Posted by southmtrev on 10-18-2012 at 04:04 PM · [top]

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