Thy Kingdom Come

“The person who sings, prays twice.”

St Augustine

Choose a piece of meditative, reflective music.

Play the piece of music. When it is finished, sit in silence for a

little while.

Play the same music again.

This time, listen attentively to the tempo, rhythm, patterns and

melodies.

What thoughts, feelings come to mind?

Does the music say anything about what God is like?

Is God saying anything to me through this music?

Is there anything or anyone I am moved to pray for?

When the music has finished, be still for a while and then gently

bring yourself back to the room.

End your prayer by saying words that are familiar, such as the Lord’s Prayer whichever feels

right and comfortable.

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