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Thought for the Week
God in all of us remembered be your name. Our re- public come, our wills be one for all, and all for one. Herewewillgrow,reap, grind, knead, bake then slice our daily bread. Trespasses?Themeasure for mercy is ours: we ask for no more than we give. Lead us not into temptation, which is to strip the evil which occurs with good in ‘us’ and stick it onto ‘them’. For ours is the human condition, the power and the story of Now and Again · recurringAmen.
Stephen Yeo Oxford Meeting
Afew years ago Stephen Yeo published ‘A Lord’s Prayer’ in the Friends Quarterly along with some other poems. The 9:30am Meeting for Worship in Oxford is normally a quiet one. On 1 April an unusual, ‘string of pearls’, set of ministries focused on the Lord’s Prayer, particularly on the meaning of the word ‘trespasses’. Following Meeting, Stephen went home and revised his Quakerly version of this prayer.
the Friend, 4 May 2012