Hear My Cry

There are times when the soul is weary and we find it hard to pray. There are times when the heart feels empty, and the world seems cold and gray. This is the very moment to turn in prayer. Amen. Author Unknown

A Prayer During Pregnancy

Bless me, God. Let me carry this child in health and ease. Let no harm or misfortune come to me or to the precious life growing within me. Let labor begin in its proper time. Let me bear my child without too much pain. Let my child be born in health into a world filled with peace. May my child grow to bring goodness and blessing into this world. For the miracle of creation that …

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During Trials

“In trials and tribulations, in testings and temptations, grant me the insights of patience. When I am tired and restless, give me patience, O Lord. “Better to be patient in spirit than proud in spirit.” “Out of the depths have I called to You. Lord, hear my cry, heed my plea. Be attentive to my prayer, to my sigh of supplication.” Amen. Psalms 130: 1-2

This is Your Day

This is your day, so make a good thing of it. When you begin a new day, let your spirit be stirred with renewed hope. “Arise, shine; for your light has come, and the glory of God is risen upon you.” Amen. Isaiah 60:1

Faith

I need fear nothing this day, for I have declared my My faith in God’s providence. Whether tried or spared, I accept His will as good. “I am always aware of the Lord’s presence, He is at my right hand. I shall never be shaken. Therefore my heart is glad and my spirit rejoices; my body, also rests in hope. You will show me the path of life; in Your presence is the fullness of joy.” …

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On Prayer

Prayer is a force as real as terrestrial gravity. As a Physician, I have seen men and women, after all other therapy has failed, lifted out of a disease and melancholy by the serene effort of prayer. A constant, quieter miracle takes place hourly in the hearts of men and women who have discovered that prayer supplies them with a steady flow of sustaining power in their daily lives Amen. Alexis Carrel