Daily Prayer for March 25

As a father has compassion on his children, so the Lord has compassion on those who fear him; for he knows how we are formed, he remembers that we are dust. Psalm 103:13–14, NIV Lord our God, merciful God and almighty Father in heaven, we beseech you, look upon us as your children. For in spite of everything, all of us are allowed to be your children and to praise you for all the good you are doing and for all you still want to do for us. Hear our prayer as we come to you with particular concerns, asking for your will to be done in us, for everything to be carried out according to your good purpose, that we may be joyful even in hard and serious times and may hold fast to what you have promised. Amen.
Recent Articles from Plough


thursday books and culture
Adventures in Americanaland
Peter Blair
A new book about Americana music, Americanaland, tells the story of a contested genre in which the secular and sacred mingle. Read now.

wednesday reading
Confronting Both the Holocaust and the Nakba
Salim J. Munayer
Flashbacks of the Holocaust lead a survivor to Israel in search of forgiveness for his own actions against the Palestinians. Read now.

tuesday conversation
PloughCast #25 Dolly Parton Is Magnificent, and Peter Mommsen Has Opinions
Peter Mommsen, Susannah Black, and Mary Townsend
Peter and Susannah discuss the Aristotelian magnificence of Dolly Parton with Mary Townsend. Read now.

monday provocation
Why We Should (gasp) Envy Mr. Collins
Joy Clarkson
The awkward vicar of Pride and Prejudice has something to teach us about joy and contentment. Read now.

sunday source
The Fiery Spirit of Song
Hildegard of Bingen, Martin Luther, and Eberhard Arnold
What could be better than music to encourage the sad, humble the conceited, and mollify the hate-filled? Read now.

Daily Prayer for March 25
Source: Daily Prayer