My Sunday Prayer

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Years and years ago, I began a nighttime ritual of prayer.  I made up the prayer below which I say nightly.  It may not work for you, but it does for me.  I just thought I’d share it today since it was Sunday.  I find peace in my life through prayer.  I think the power of prayer is great for all who find strength in praying.

Dear God,

Please keep all of my friends, all of my relatives, the people I like, the people I dislike, the people I know and the people I don’t know, happy, safe, healthy and alive, blessed, loved, wanted, taken care of and cared for through today which is Sunday, Sunday night, Monday, Monday night, Tuesday, Tuesday night, Wednesday, Wednesday night, Thursday, Thursday night, Friday, Friday night, Saturday, Saturday night and next Sunday and next Sunday night.

Please forgive us for all of the sins we have done, we are doing and we will do.  God I love you with all of my heart.  Dear Lord please watch over us all and guide us and bless us.  Help us to be better Christians.  Help us to love, honor and obey all of your commandments.  If any of us should die, please let us go to Heaven to be with you.

Thank you for all of the blessings you have bestowed on me, my family, my friends and my loved ones.  Please continue to bless us all.  Please continue to watch over us and guide us.  Amen.

Shine On!

xo

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6 thoughts on “My Sunday Prayer

  1. A beautiful message – thank you for praying for me! My daily prayer is very simple, “I pray for the greatest good for all the Earth – not as I would have it, but as you would have it.” Keep shining, keep your inner high beam on! 🙂

      • Absolutely! It doesn’t belong to me “-) Another one my Aunt and I came up with during a crisis for my Grandma many years ago was this, “May the doors that need to open, open. May the doors that need to shut, shut. Amen.” The never next day after we said it, the crisis was resolved! The simpler the prayer the better – let go, let God be God. Much love and light to you my friend!

  2. That’s such a beautiful prayer. It is so reflective of your loving kindness and your truly benevolent wishes for all. I’m going to bookmark this so I can remember those words. Lovely misi.

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