“Glory to the Father who has woven garments of glory for the Resurrection; worship to the Son who was clothed in them at His Rising: thanksgiving to the Spirit who keeps them for all the saints.” (Doxology from Sunday Compline of the Syrian Orthodox liturgy.  Oxford History of Christian Worship, 156.)


The Institute for Reformed Worship’s Prayer Archive – a wonderful collection of Reformed prayers for use in all parts of the liturgy. presents a wide variety of Anglican resources, centered around the 1928 Book of Common Prayer.


The Valley of Vision: A Collection of Puritan Prayers and Devotions – much as we might criticize the Puritans for their liturgical innovations, they knew how to pray!


Posture in Prayer – Rev. Dr. Robert S. Rayburn

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