Tuesday Morning

Karakia mo ia Ra – Turei
Te Ata o te Turei

Kaupapa

Kia tae mai tōu rangātiratangā
ki rungā ki te whenua,
kia rite anō ki tō te rangi.

Karangā ki te Whakamoemiti

Marangā, pīata mai, kua tae mai tou marama.
Kua ara te korōria o te Ariki ki rungā ki a tātou.

He Whakaaro mo te Rongopai

Kua tae mai te wa
o te kingitangā
o te Atua ki a tātou.
Me ripeneta tātou,
me pono ki te rongopai.

He rite te kingitangā
o te Atua ki te rewena:
ka tangohia e te wahine te rewena
ka ranua ki te paraoa puehu kia mahi rāno.
Ka rite te kingitangā
o te Atua ki tētahi tangāta
e kimi ana i tētahi pounamu ataahua.
Ka kitea ana e ia tētahi pounamu tino ataahua,
ka hokona ana taongā katoa mo taua pounamu.
Ki te pūmau o tātou hinengāro
ki te rangātiratangā o te Atua,
o tātou ngākau ki ngā ture a te Atua,
ka whakawhiwhia tātou ki ngā mea katoa.

Whakarongo ki a Ihu e pānui
nei i te rongopai,
mana anake e whakatutuki.

Noho puku

He Whakaaro mo Ngā Tuhituhi

Ko wai tātou kua karangātia
nei e te Atua?
He takitahi tātou he whakaaronui,
he tino kaha,
engāri kia whakama ai ngā
mea whakaaro nui,
kua tohua e te Atua ngā mea
e kiia nei e te ao he koretake;
hei whakama i ngā tino kaha,
kua tohua e ia ngā mea
e kiia nei e te ao he ngoikore.

I roto i te honongā ki a te Karaiti,
he tamariki tātou na te Atua.
I te mea kua iriiria tātou ki a te Karaiti,
kua kuhuna ia e tātou te rite
nei ki te kākahu.
Kahore tērā mea te Tiu, te Kiriki,
te taurekareka te tangāta wātea,
te tāne, te wahine rānei;
kua kotahi tātou katoa i roto i a Ihu Karaiti.

Ngā pānui ki konei

Ngā Inoi

E tō mātou Matua,
kia tae mai tōu rangātiratangā
ki rungā ki te whenua,
kia rite anō ki tō te rangi.

Te rangātira o te kingitangā
mutungākore, o te rangimārie,
a o ngā tangāta whakaitia,
ko koe te kingi;
kua meatia e koe
te rīpeka hei torona mou;
kua mau koe i te karauna pūnitanita;
kua karangā koe i o iwi he hoa nou.
Awhinatia mātou kia mau tahi
i o mātou rīpeka,
kia hiakai kia matewai
ki ngā mea papai katoa;
kātahi ka tae mai tou rangātiratangā
ki rungā ki te whenua
kia rite anō ki to te rangi.

E te Atua, tukua mai te mahurutangā
mo ngā mea kaore e taea te whakarereke,
te manawanui ki te whakatika
i ngā mea ka taea,
me te whakaaronui kia matau
ki ngā rereketangā.

E te Atua to mātou orangā,
kia tata mai koe i tenei ra,
mehemea he ra hari he aha rānei.
Awhinatia mātou a te tongā o te ra,
kia maumahara
ki tētahi mahi pai kotahi
hei tuku whakawhetai ki a koe.
Āmine.

Tuesday Morning

Theme

Your kingdom come
on earth as in heaven.
Kia tae mai tōu rangātiratangā
ki rungā ki te whenua,
kia rite anō ki tō te rangi.

Call to Worship

Arise, shine, for your light has come.
The glory of the Lord is risen upon us.

Gospel Reflection

The time has come;
the kingdom of God is upon us.
Let us repent and believe the gospel.

The kingdom of God is like yeast:
a woman takes it and mixes it with flour
until the dough is risen.
The kingdom of God
is like a buyer looking for fine pearls.
When he finds one exceptional pearl,
he sells everything he has, and buys it.

When we set our minds on God’s reign,
our hearts on God’s justice,
everything else will be ours as well.

Listen to Jesus who proclaims good news,
which he alone fulfills.

Silence for meditation.

Epistle Reflection

Who are we whom God has called?
Few of us are wise, few are powerful.
Yet to shame the wise
God has chosen
what the world counts folly;
to shame the strong
God has chosen
what the world counts weakness.

In union with Christ Jesus,
we are all children of God.
Baptised into union with Christ,
we have put on Christ like a garment.
There is no such thing as Jew or Greek,
slave or free, male or female;
we are all one in Jesus Christ.

The reading or readings may follow here.

Prayers

Our Father, your kingdom come
on earth as in heaven.
E tō mātou Matua,
kia tae mai tōu rangātiratangā
ki rungā ki te whenua,
kia rite anō ki tō te rangi.

Ruler of the everlasting kingdom,
prince of peace,
champion of the despised:
you are the king;
you make a cross your throne;
you wear a crown of thorns;
you call your subjects friends.
Help us to take up our cross,
to hunger and thirst for all that is good;
then will your kingdom come
on earth as in heaven.

God,
grant us the serenity
to accept the things
we cannot change,
the courage
to change the things we can,
and the wisdom
to know the difference.

God our life,
be with us through this day,
whether or not it brings us joy.
Help us when evening comes
to recall one benefit,
for which to give you thanks.
Amen.