Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation; but deliver us from evil. For Thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory forever and ever. Lord be good to us, for the sea is so wide and our ship is so small. Memorial Service for a Mariner. In addition, we honor his service to the community, his church, and to his family.
We stand together this day in support of each other, as we did so many years ago in a time when sacrifice and duty to country were all we knew. We were young men together of a time long gone by. He was a true American patriot, one who answered his nation's call for help when it was needed, as so many millions had done before. He took his oath of service as we all did, to defend and protect our country.
He did this in both times of war and peace. Invocation Of My Terminal Beach Brothers did this without the thanks of the country he served, and without the thanks of the men and women he supported in their time of need.
He served his Nation because it needed him. This was his reward, knowing he was needed. I was that which others Invocation Of My Terminal Beach Brothers not want to be I went where others feared to go, and did what others failed to do. I have seen the face of terror, felt the stinging cold of fear. I have cried, pained, and hoped - but most of all I have lived times others would say, were best forgotten. His service and the thousands who served with him is an integral part of our Nation's history.
This service is not yet fully recognized for its importance and contribution to the victory over oppression in World War II, but its place in history can never be taken away from us. Please bow your heads as we offer our prayers Some sailed over the ocean on ships, earning their living on the seas. They saw what the Lord can do, His wonderful acts on the sea. He calms the storm, and the waves become quiet, and he brought them safe to the Port they wanted. They must thank the Lord for his constant Love.
Heavenly Father, creator of the seas, Invocation Of My Terminal Beach Brothers, Bless us as we assemble for this most solemn remembrance. We give you thanks for all your servants who go to sea in ships and those who have paid the supreme sacrifice by giving their lives in the service of their nation. The passing of over 50 years has not diminished our love and gratitude for the thousands who went to sea and never returned, and for our Brother Shipmate who has gone to meet them in your loving, eternal embrace.
O Father, grant his family today, and in the days hereafter, peace and comfort in the glory of his service to his fellow man, and in the knowledge he sails with you, O Lord, our maker and protector. It is told in the Bible that once the Lord was in the fishermen's boat and a great storm came upon them, and the fishermen feared they would drown.
The Lord said to them, have faith in Me. And thus it was they had the faith to survive. This same situation was and is repeated each day at sea. No man has ever served at sea without knowing that each day could be his last and no one would even know where at sea he lay. No man served a day at sea without the knowledge that the ship he sailed might not survive to sail another day.
But no man at sea let these fears overcome him. He knew his shipmates were beside him to help stand the watch, to plot the course, and to be the family and support we all need to meet and survive another day. They were his shipmates. As each day ended, men at sea counted their blessings of a day well done, and to mark the end of their watch, they would toll the bell, the eternal mark of the passing of time at sea. It was a great voyage, and you served your watch.
Invocation Of My Terminal Beach Brothers are proud to have served with you as part of the United States Merchant Marine. You have completed your final watch, now rest in peace. Seamen's Prayers. Psalm 23Mariner's VersionCaptain J. A Prayer. Prayer from a Merchantman at Sea. A Seaman's PrayerWayne E. Eternal Father. Eternal Father, strong to save, Whose arm hath bound the restless wave, Who bidd'st the mighty ocean deep Its own appointed limits keep, O hear us when we cry to thee For those in peril on the sea!
Lord, stand beside all those who sail Our merchant ships in storm and gale, In peace and war their watch they keep On every sea, on thy vast deep. Be with them, Lord, by night and day, For Merchant Mariners we pray. Psalm 23, Mariner's Version. The Lord is my Pilot; I shall not drift. He leadeth me across the dark waters and steereth me in the deep channels. He keepeth my Log and guideth me by the star of holiness for His Name's sake.
Yea, though I sail amid the thunders and tempests of life, I shall dread no danger, For Thou art with me. Thy love and Thy care, they shelter me. Thou preparest a harbor before me in the homeland of eternity. Thou anointest the waves with oil, and my ship rideth calmly. Surely sunlight and starlight shall favor me all the days of my voyaging, and I will rest in the port of my Lord forever.
Source: The Mast, September Psalm 23, Nautical Version. The Lord is my Pilot, my ship is well stored. He steereth me into the harbors of abundance and guides my feet to the broad straight streets of port cities. Yea, though the tempest rages I shall not be afraid for He knoweth the ways of the sea and the strength of each ship launched upon the ocean of life.
His compass and His steering wheel are true. He followeth the star which lights the way to the shores of immortal life. My voyage has led me amongst pirates at sea and buccaneers ashore, but my ship and its captain have survived perils on land and on sea. I have faith that favorable winds and calm seas will be our lot so long as the voyage lasts, and that I shall meet the Supreme Port Captain in the harbor of life eternal. Source: American Seamen, Vol. Gaba had stolen the boxes. But the decision was overturned on appeal, and a trial date was set for December Just before trial, however, Mr.
Court records show, however, that other business partners of Mr. While the appeal was pending, Mr. Sciacca had entered into an agreement to sell the memorabilia to Global Realty Development Corporation, a company with plans to build pachinko parlors in Japan, in return for stock. But Global Realty collapsed in early and defaulted on the loans as its top executives resigned and its stock became worthless. Halpern said he and the other investors moved to take possession of the Beach Boys memorabilia.
In DecemberMr. Sciacca had tried to cancel the sale to Global Realty, claiming he was never paid. Global Realty initially agreed to rescind the purchase agreement, but four months later reversed that decision, accusing Mr. In the meantime, Mr. One of the partners, a Yonkers firefighter, Patrick Joyce, died in the line of duty in Octoberand his widow now stands to receive a share of the money from the auction.
In the interview this week, Mr. Sciacca said the sale to Global Realty had been rescinded and denied having ever transferred the memorabilia to the Royal PJ partnership. Aroundrecords show, two lawyers who had represented Mr. Sciacca in his first bout with Invocation Of My Terminal Beach Brothers Beach Boys and other matters — Gary W.
Pollack and Richard C. Wolfe — came forward and said they had liens against the memorabilia for unpaid legal fees. For more than three years, the collection sat in the Fortress — a guarded, climate-controlled storage space in Miami — while negotiations between the parties went nowhere, Mr. Halpern said. Then, in JulyMr. Halpern persuaded others with claims to ask Brother Records to seek binding arbitration in court, as it had agreed to do inMr.
Halpern and two lawyers involved in the negotiations said. Court documents show that Mr. Sciacca did not participate in the arbitration hearings, despite being served with subpoenas. Sciacca maintains that he was not aware of the hearings.
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