Pages tagged with Praying

Reviewing the prayers of the apostle Paul as he prays for those in the churches he is writing to
Wishing for something that's in hands reach but can't grab it
This book review is about the life of an extraordinary man. Sadhu Sundar Singh put on his yellow robe of humility as a sign of his self-giving of his life to Jesus. He wore this colour for the rest of his short life. "It is easy to die for Christ", he said once, "but it is living fo...
This article reviews a remarkable little book. It tells us how to pray, and also what to pray. The author has created a certain way of praying. He calls this his "breath prayer." "We must have on our lips what is always in our heart," he tell us. Within the Christian tradition of...
this poem saved me from a long writers block this is a true story while I was sitting in front of blank page and a Pray Mantis come to me and let him/her climb my hand and I started writing to this new friend of mine.
They say prayer is a wonderful healer and I have had several such experiences in my life. Here is a story from my childhood which was published in my book, Picking Up The Pieces: A Woman's Journey
While taking care of mom, away from my husband for months, I tried to be brave and give her as much of me as I could. Those days were not easy. Would I ever be able to go back home? All I could do was pray and wait. An answer was needed, for her and for me. Would it ever come?
This article is about prayer and praying. Prayer has great power. Love has greater power. When the two are combined, we will find that our prayers are always answered then, by God's unlimited power operating for us then in our own lives.
Fictional short story told in a bit of a poetic form. I believe with all my heart prayers and kisses reach and move the heavens almighty, especially those so sincere and of such faith from a child!
This is all about faith, love and hope in God. This is all about miracles. God is always there for us, no matter how hard life is.
This is about facing problems, stop running from problems. Problems will be solve if people learn to survive from it.
The Lord is near to all who call on him, to all who call on him in truth.
Are we making prayer a part of our daily lives or are we too busy not to pray?
When we're little, we do what we're told because we're told to. As we get older, we wonder if our kids will listen to us -- or should we listen to them? If you like "They Might Be Giants," you'll probably like this. But maybe not. ;) It is set to music, but sorry, I'm not uploading my...
A guest comes to a family Christmas gathering. The family cares for this unusual guest and know that love goes all around.
From the prompt write a knock on wood poem on Robert Brewer's blog.
Wishing, hoping, thinking and praying may not do any harm - but they are unlikely to bring about desired changes. Real change requires action.
April Poem A Day Challenge Day 6 Hiding Poem. Dedicated to my best friend and sister Elizabeth who found out she is pregnant.
Often we are stuck in bad situations and pray for deliverance. Will we recognize the way out when it appears or will we be too slow to act and remain stuck?
Sometimes we need to be aware of not only how do we pray but what we pray about.
A poem about belief, trusting, and knowing that God will be there for you.
Akshardham Temple in India is one of the most popular temples at Gujarat, and the same imitation of this temple you can see In the Delhi also. This holy place of pilgrimage that represented the universal message of hope and peace to people all over the world.
quodlibet /’kwad/ n [ME, fr. ML quodlibetum, fr. L quodlibet, neut. of quilibet any whatever, fr. qui who, what + libet it pleases, fr. libere to please - more at WHO, LOVE] 1: a philosophical or theological point proposed for disputation; also : a disputation on such a point 2...
It is amazing how much we can complain now wanting to work our way through any tough situation.
Dabney lies on the couch if a position that looks like praying to me. I tried to relate what I think he is praying about.
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