A Blessing for Columba Day 2020

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Columba Day 2020

A Blessing for Columba Day 2020 from the Iona Community. In these difficult times, we pray that you would know the deep and strong peace of Christ surrounding, holding and keeping you, in whatever situations you find yourself.

May the peace of the Triune God —
the deep peace of the One who Was
before all beginnings,
the boundless peace of the One who Is
in every place and dimension,
the timeless peace of the One who Will Be
after all endings —
hold and help you at each starting
surround and support you in all doing
and contain and comfort you through every closing
Amen

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