Graceful Trinity of love, Hear our prayer
You were at the beginning, You are now, You shall be evermore.
Grant us peace.
With the ebb of the tide,
With the turn of the season,
Grant us peace
Father, Son and Spirit, Hear our prayer.
Background: An intercession written several years ago to be said between other prayers, the imagery reflects the seasons and the tides.
Printing and Sizing: This item is 210mm x 297mm and is printed on 300gsm card stock using our in-house printer. Each print is individually signed by Mary Fleeson and is packaged in a cellophane wrapper with a descriptive backing sheet explaining more about the piece and the Scriptorium.
My soul waits for the Lord,
More than those who watch for the morning,
More than those who watch for the morning.
Out of the depths I have cried to you, O Lord hear my voice.
With my whole heart I want to praise you, O Lord hear my voice.
If You Lord should mark iniquities
Who could stand?
Who could stand?
I will wait for the Lord, my soul waits
And in His word do I hope.
Background: Based on Psalm 130 these words were written by Larry & Pearl Brick for a song called ‘I Will Wait’ on their 1989 album ‘See-through Servant’. Northumbria Community use the song in their Evening Prayer liturgy (see Celtic Daily Prayer)
Printing and Sizing: This item is 210mm x 297mm and is printed on 300gsm card stock
The Lord’s Prayer circa. 1400AD
Oure Fader in hevene riche,
Thin name be iblesced evere iliche,
Led us Loverd into thi blisce,
Let us nevre thin riche misse.
Let us Loverd underfon
That thin wille be evere idon
Also hit is in hevene
In erthe be hit evene,
The hevene bred that lasteth ay
Gif us Loverd this ilke day,
Forgif us Loverd in our bone
Al that we haven here misdone,
Also wisliche ase we forgiven
Ilwiles we in this worlde liven
Al that us is here misdo
And we biseken the thereto,
Led us Loverd to non fondinge
And sscild us from alle evel thinge.
Source: "The Lord's Prayer in the Principal Languages, Dialects and Versions of the World, printed in Type and Vernaculars of the Different Nations, compiled and published by G.F. Bergholtz", Chicago, Illinois, 1884.
Translation for ‘Our Father’:
Our Father in heaven rich,
Thy name be blessed I wish,
Lead us Lord into thy bliss,
Let us never thy riches miss.
Let us Lord accept alone
That thy will be ever done
Also as it is in heaven
In earth may it be even,
The heaven bread that lasteth today
Give us Lord this same day,
Forgive us Lord to our bone
All that we have here misdone,
Also as we wisely forgave
While we in this world live
All that here us misdo
And we beseech thee too,
Lead us Lord to our testing
And shield us from all evil thing.
Adapted using a medieval dictionary & a bit of
imagination - language scholars please excuse any
with the old:
Our Father in heaven,
hallowed be your name,
your kingdom come,
your will be done,
on earth as in heaven.
Give us today our daily bread.
Forgive us our sins
as we forgive those who sin against us.
Lead us not into temptation
but deliver us from evil.
From the Church of England ‘Common Worship’ publications, published by Church House.
Printing and Sizing:
This item is 210mmX297mm and is printed on 300gsm card stock using our in-house printer. Each print is individually signed by Mary Fleeson and is packaged in a cellophane wrapper with a descriptive backing sheet explaining more about the piece and the Scriptorium.
Garlands for Ashes was recorded in Phnom Penh and the Mekong delta in Cambodia. This package of CD and DVD will take you to the very heart of the Cambodian Christian Arts community so that you can experience in video and pictures, sounds, songs and dances, the Khmer people of Cambodia.
In the 1970’s, during the devastating years of the Pol Pot dictatorship, the beautiful traditions of Cambodia’s artistic community were systematically silenced. In the people’s struggle to survive starvation and brutality in the killing fields, their suppressed creative story lay dormant. Today, the arts are flourishing again, ornate costumed dancers tell their story through intricate hand movements, Khmer music floods the airwaves and the young are re-imagining their cultural music for today.
On this project you can listen to the beautiful traditional instruments, the Tro, Khim, Takhe and Roneat and experience the stories and lives of the children whose lives have been transformed through CCAMS.
The product contains a 14 track CD with 12 page booklet and a DVD which includes: a clip on Cambodia’s history; another about CCAM and their story; 5 videos of traditional Khmer dances; 3 traditional orchestra pieces; individual instruments; and a photo gallery of life at CCAMS. Proceeds from this product will directly support the CCAM community.