That we may rejoice in your presence in our work, our worship and our play: Christ have mercy

. That we may love each other as you have loved us: Christ have mercy. That the church throughout the world may seek justice and peace according to your command: Christ have mercy. That those who are in need may find help, mercy, and comfort: Christ have mercy. Let us now commend ourselves, and all for whom we pray, to the mercy and protection of God.

MORNING PRAYER FOR ORDINARY TIME
OPENING SENTENCES  O Lord, open my lips. And my mouth shall proclaim your praise. Glory to the holy and life-giving Trinity, One God: as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be forever. Amen. Alleluia! Alleluia! ANTIPHONS ON THE MORNING PSALM

Sundays
The glory of God fills the whole earth: * O come, let us worship.

Free intercessions may be offered.
Rejoicing with Mary and all the saints, let us entrust ourselves, and one another, and all our lives to Christ our Savior: To you, O Christ our God.

Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays
The Lord is the rock of our salvation: * O come, let us worship.

One of the prayers on pages 37-39 may be said, followed by the Lord’s Prayer.
ALTERNATIVE DISMISSAL Let us bless the Lord. Thanks be to God.

Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays
New every morning are the mercies of God: * O come, let us worship.

After Psalm 95, this prayer may be said.
O Sovereign God, from the caverns of the earth to the heights of the hills, all creation proclaims your glory. Let us join the song of praise, that we may live this day rejoicing in all your works, through Christ our Lord. Amen.

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This insert is formatted to fit into Book of Common Worship Daily Prayer (© 1993 Westminster John Knox Press). It provides supplemental antiphons, responses to the reading(s) and a litany (as an alternative to the “Prayers for Intercession and Thanksgiving”) for Morning Prayer during Ordinary Time (the seasons after Epiphany and after Pentecost).

or, after Psalm 100
Mighty Lord, from age to age you are faithful to the people you created as your own. Accept the offering of our worship, that every race and nation may enter your courts, praising you in song; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. RESPONSES

Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays
The Lord is with us, God is our stronghold; God will help at the break of day. The Lord is with us, God is our stronghold; God will help at the break of day. God is our refuge and our strength: God will help at the break of day. Glory to the holy and life-giving Trinity, One God! The Lord is with us, God is our stronghold; God will help at the break of day. ANTIPHONS ON THE BENEDICTUS

A response may follow the reading(s). Sundays
Sleeper, awake! Rise from the dead, and Christ will shine on you. Sleeper, awake! Rise from the dead, and Christ will shine on you. You are children of light and children of the day: and Christ will shine on you. Glory to the holy and life-giving Trinity, One God! Sleeper, awake! Rise from the dead, and Christ will shine on you.

Sundays
In the tender compassion of our God, * the dawn from on high shall break upon us.

Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays
We are free to worship God without fear, * who guides our feet into the way of peace.

Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays
You showed mercy to our ancestors: * you remembered your holy covenant. ALTERNATIVE LITANY FOR THE PRAYERS In peace, let us pray to Christ our Savior: Christ have mercy. That this day may be holy, good and joyful: Christ have mercy. That you will keep us this day without sin: Christ have mercy.

Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays
Weeping may spend the night, but joy comes in the morning! Weeping may spend the night, but joy comes in the morning! You have turned my mourning into dancing: Joy comes in the morning! Glory to the holy and life-giving Trinity, One God! Weeping may spend the night, but joy comes in the morning!

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