Hello dear truth seekers, I call you that because it’s a particular kind of person who wants to pay attention to the suffering of others in the world and I want to honor you for that and I am grateful to be a companion to you, as always thank you for being here.

There was a time in my life when Paul Kyle’s rendition of The King of Love was the soundtrack of my days, like a life line. It was a gentle medicine, a kind invitation, a beautiful entrance to knowing my Creator as King and Shepherd in a way I could understand and begin to see even in circumstances of suffering and illness. That’s why it became a theme and title to one of the prayers in Beloved Prayers, because it’s a phrase written deep in my heart and as all things given to our hearts for blessing it needed to find an expression—a way to become a blessing.

So, here you are, as noted in the title of this post, here’s another recording of a prayer for you this week. This comes from Beloved Prayers, prayer sixteen. Press play below if you’d like to join me. Thank you again for being here, for remembering our brothers and sisters around the world in prayer and deed.

The King of Love Our Shepherd Is, Beloved Prayers 16: A Martyr’s Cross Prayer Book for the Persecuted

Good Shepherd, may we sing Your praise in Your house forever?

With you,
Raynna, for the whole gang

P.S. Please share with anyone else you know who has a heart for the persecuted. Thank you.

P.P.S. Paul Kyle’s rendition of The King of Love for you:

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The work is not yet finished, let’s stay faithful—together.

“Let the word of Messiah dwell in you richly,

teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms,

and hymns and spiritual songs with thankfulness in your hearts to God.”

~Colossians 3:16

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