A Prayer as we enter Lockdown

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Loving God,
at this time of crisis
when so many are suffering,
we pray for our nation and our world.
Give our leaders wisdom,
our Health Service strength,
our people hope.
Lead us through these parched and difficult days
to the fresh springs of joy and comfort
that we find in Jesus
Christ our Lord.
Amen.

Loving Father God
Be with us in our distress:
with our families, friends and neighbours,
our country and our world.
Give health to the sick,
hope to the fearful,
and comfort to the mourners.
Give wisdom to our frontline and key workers,
insight to our government
and patience to us all;
Overcome disease with the power of your new life,
through your Son, Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen

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