What does Sursum Corda mean in the Bible?

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The American Church Dictionary and Cycopedia - Sursum Corda
The Latin title of that portion of the CommunionOffice which begins, "Lift up your hearts," which the Latin wordsmean. This is found almost word for word in every known Liturgyfrom the earliest times, and without doubt has come down to us fromthe Apostolic Age. Even at so early a date as A.D. 252 we find St.Cyprian giving an explanation of the meaning and purpose of theSursum Corda as follows: "It is for this cause that the Priestbefore worship uses words of introduction and puts the minds ofhis brethren in preparation by saying, 'Lift up your hearts'; thatwhile the people answer, 'We lift them up unto the Lord,' they maybe reminded that there is nothing for them to think of except theLord."

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Proanaphora - " Properlyspeaking, the Proanaphoral service includes all that portion of theCommunion service which precedes the Sursum Corda, "Lift up yourhearts
Versicles - This is with specialreference to the Versicles after the Lord's Prayer in the DailyOffices, which have been called the Sursum Corda of the Dailyservices
Thanksgiving - Illingworth, Sursum Corda
Thanksgiving - Illingworth, Sursum Corda
Philadelphia - Alike as a rebuke to the persecutors and a Sursum Corda to the persecuted his message is perfect
Intercession - Illingworth, Sursum Corda, 1905; W
Intercession - Illingworth, Sursum Corda, 1905; W