Dear heavenly Almighty God, who made all things and made them beautiful in their time, and gave people a heart to long for eternity. We give thanks, praise and glory to God's great grace and love. On the morning of the sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost, please accept the worship of all churches in spirit and truth in the Holy Spirit.
God the Father who said that those who wait for the LORD Will gain new strength; They will mount up with wings like eagles, They will run and not get tired, They will walk and not become weary. Help us to overcome all difficulties with the strength and power that God gives us by looking and relying on God only in the midst of difficult and difficult situations due to COVID-19.
The Son Jesus who said that "A good person brings good things out of the good stored up in their heart, and an evil person brings forth evil out of the evil stored up in their heart, for out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks." We think of ourselves as wise, but in reality we are fools. Only through the Word of God and prayer, may we become a person full of true wisdom and understanding, full of faith and the Holy Spirit, and reveal the glory of God through words and deeds.
God the Holy Spirit who gave Jesus the power to start the holy work in Galilee after overcoming the temptation of the devil well for forty days in the wilderness.Help us to resist difficult and difficult temptations, receive the power of the Holy Spirit, give glory to God, and live a life of beautiful devotion for the good of the Church. Help us to live holy and light lives in the world.
The Lord who said that now the house of God is with men, and God is with men, and they will be God's people. Please accept the worship service offered by holy Catholic churches around the world today. Help us to be the church that is consistent with and solidarity with essence and free of non-essence, and gives love to all things. We pray in the name of Jesus Christ. Amen.
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