Celtic Devotions 17th June


Reading :  1 Samuel 15 vs 10-26
Meditation : consider why God was grieved and all that happened here
Pray to keep in step with Him this day.
Spirit of the living God,
Help me this new day I pray
To please and not grieve my God.
Show me how,
Guide my ways,
Guard my lips.
In Jesus’ name,   Amen.

Pray a blessing from God on those homeless, or rejected, in our city

Reading :  1 Samuel 15 vs 10-11
Reflect on these verses, what happened, what was said and pray your evening prayer.

Celtic Devotion 16th June


Reading :  Psalm 104 vs 27-35
Meditation :  consider verse 34 at the start of this day and
Pray to be pleasing to God
Father God
You know and hear all my thoughts
May my meditations be pleasing to You
Even this day
Amen I pray in Jesus’ name.

Make the Lord’s Prayer your midday Prayer

Reading :   Psalm 104 v 33
Reflect on this verse at the end of your day and pray in response.

Liberton Kirk Celtic Devotions


LK Celtic Devotions

‘Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path. I have taken an oath and confirmed it, that I will follow your righteous laws.’ ~Psalm 119 v 105

You are encouraged to make time each day for the pattern of devotions. Starting tomorrow feed on God’s Word in the morning, at midday and in the evening. Pray with Him continually. This pattern is based on the Celtic and Northumbrian traditions, which relates to the Kirk’s origins. Share with others the treasures or hurdles you discover. Let us commit together to pilgrimage with our God. You will find these devotionals being posted on the website and on facebook daily at 7am. The Church magazine provides a shorter version of this devotional.

‘May God be gracious to us and bless us that Your ways may be known on earth, and make His face shine upon us, your salvation among all nations.’ ~Psalm 67 vs 1-2