Our lord

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Cllr Rotheram, who lives in Aintree, said last night: "I am deeply honoured that my council colleagues want me as our lord mayor.
Let your Spirit come upon these gifts to make them holy, so that they may become for us the body and blood of Our Lord, Jesus Christ." The latest draft proposes: "You are indeed the holy one, O Lord, you are the wellspring of all holiness.
Robertson asked supporters if they would "join with me and many others in crying out to our Lord to change the Court?"
But we do experience God's blessing every Sunday when we begin our worship service with God's call to repentance, followed by our confession, and later on, when we receive "a grain offering and a drink offering" (Joel 2:14) at the table of our Lord. God promises to bless us, as God has blessed God's children throughout the ages, when we return to the Lord our God.
While dying on the Cross for our sins, our Lord presented his beloved disciple to His Mother as her child.
Seven years later, in May of 1930 Our Lord explained to Sister Lucia of Fatima that souls offend and blaspheme against the Immaculate Heart of Mary by refusing to accept her as the Mother of all mankind.
This can happen even without having some well-meaning presiding priest announce from the altar, "Let us all join hands with our neighbors as we pray in the words of Our Lord."
It's often crowded now and many speak of blessings and favours and of the peace through being "face to face with Our Lord."
We go on professing our belief that Jesus calls us to live as members of his body in the church--not just an impersonal organization with its ups and downs, but the very risen body of Jesus, the Son of God, our Lord and Savior.
Every year is Anno Domini (the year of our Lord), but, as Pope John II has adjured the faithful in Tertio Millennio Adveniente (The Coming of the Third Millennium), we should especially regard 1997 as the year of Jesus Christ.
The preparations for the Jubilee Year 2000 assign 1997 as the year to reflect on Our Lord Jesus Christ, especially with reference to the Gospel of St.