Let Me Know Your Roads (Artful Devotion)

The Sheltered Path by Claude Monet
Claude Monet (French, 1840–1926), The Sheltered Path, 1873. Oil on canvas, 54.1 × 65.7 cm (21 5/16 × 25 7/8 in.). Philadelphia Museum of Art. Photo: Victoria Emily Jones.

Your roads, God, let me know them.
Your pathways, help me recognize them from the rest.

Lead me down the way of your truth;
teach me its nature.

—Psalm 25:4–5 (trans. Pamela Greenberg)


SONG: “Heaven’s Gate” by Dawn Landes and Piers Faccini, on Desert Songs (2016)

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To view all the Revised Common Lectionary scripture readings for Proper 21, cycle A, click here.

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