November 4, 2009

This week we turn to God with a prayer for A Spirit of Sharing.

We hope this prayer and related readings will enliven your spirit and enrich your unfolding journey of faith.

May God's peace be with you~

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A Spirit of Sharing

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Gracious God,
Because life comes at me fast, and sometimes with ferocity, it is easy for me to forget the blessings you give with such liberality. Then when I see someone else's need, I am suddenly aware again of the abundance in my own life.

When I have such a moment of recognition, O God, help me realize that I may be the blessing you have brought to that person's life. 

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Other Prayers for Living

Pentecost Calendar

In the stranger we see the pattern of our own face.

—Renée Miller

from Practicing Holiness on Ordinary Days: 
A quote-a-day calendar
for the season of Pentecost-

Practicing Gratitude
Gratitude assures us that we have enough-enough security, possessions, resources, time, grace, money, food, drink. Gratitude helps us see the movement from pain to joy and the movement from joy to pain.

Grateful people are happy people, even when they seem to have less than others.

Read more from Practicing Gratitude
by Renee Miller

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