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MikeDerksen

Liturgy

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I have a question. I hope Devotionals would be the fitting thread for this, as I'm looking for Devotional advice.

 

I'm using several Devotionals for several different reasons and at several different times, but I'm looking for an actual, daily liturgy that can be adopted for private use. I've heard the old, funny, grouchy preacher-teacher Steve Brown talk about using the liturgy of the Church of Scotland but was not able to find it.

 

Any ideas? Doesn't have to be Scotch Presbyterian, but I do appreciate Reformed theology.

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Have you thought about the Book of Common Prayer? Most reformed Anglicans seem to prefer the 1662 edition.

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Morning and Evening is an excellent devotion. He also has a couple of others The Blank Cheque Book of Faith and Till He Come (a series of communion meditations)

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