For Lent, Holy Week and Easter, this is a truly exceptional range of inspirational prayers, liturgies, poetry, reflections and imaginative worship.
Partly in Scots and partly in English, it is a wonderful resource for all who seek inspiration or lead worship in Scotland.
One of the most creative ministers in the Church of Scotland, David Ogston was a sensitive liturgist in a church which is suspicious of liturgy; a poet whose prayers use words to evoke and enlarge the mind rather than imprison and encourage guilt; a preacher whose sermons were pastoral; a broadcaster whose honesty crossed the airwaves.
The poet in David Ogston shines through, constantly catching one unawares with a startling use of simple words...These pages must be preserved and made available by publication. -- Tom Fleming
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