O Lord Jesu Christ, take us to Thyself, draw us with cords to the foot of Thy Cross; for we have not strength to come, and we know not the way. Thou art mighty to save, and none can separate us from Thy love: bring us home to Thyself; for we are gone astray. We have wandered; do Thou seek us. Under the shadow of Thy Cross let us live all the rest of our lives, and there we shall be safe.
–Frederick B. Macnutt, The prayer manual for private devotions or public use on divers occasions: Compiled from all sources ancient, medieval, and modern (A.R. Mowbray, 1951)
"There is a green hill far away, without a city wall, where the dear Lord was crucified, who died to save us all".
(Crucifixion, Perugino, c.1485, Oil on Panel, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC). pic.twitter.com/QmTEs2nMXW
— The Roman Anglican (@RomanAnglican) March 30, 2018