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  • What Do You See?

    2 posts, 2 voices, 487 views, started Sep 6, 2009

    Posted on Sunday, September 6, 2009 by Mz. Queen

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    • Sunday, September 6, 2009
      September 6, 2009
      Here is today’s prayer:

      O God,
      you are our constant companion. Help us to see you
      in all things.

      May every object and event direct my attention
      to you.
      May I find guideposts in my ordinary day
      which point to you.
      May common things of life become media
      of your presence.

      Give us:
      eyes to see,
      ears to hear,
      fingers to touch,
      smells and taste
      of your presence.

      May daily rounds of life present
      reminders of your presence,
      incitements to prayer for others,
      and openings for service.

      In the name of our incarnate Lord. Amen.

      ~Thomas A. Langford Prayer and the Common Life, pg. 56



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          Mz. Queen wrote Sep 6, 2009
        • The minutes before I read this my girlfriend in Iraq was sharing with me her new found comfort in her return to God. She was sad and feeling lonely just the other day, but this day she says she is at peace after pouring her heart out and cleansing tears. I had been praying for her because that is the best,easiest and only thing I can do for her at this point and I love her like that.



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