Uncommon Common Table Prayer

I so enjoyed the article “Come, Lord Jesus” by David W. Loy (June/July). My father, grandfather and three cousins were all LCMS ordained pastors, and we were taught to say: “Come, Lord Jesus, Be our Guest, and Let this food to us be blessed.” I have always called it the “uncommon” Common Table Prayer. Maybe it is a Texas thing! Thanks again for a well-written column.


Jeannette Rathgeber Harris
Dallax, Texas


 


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