Category Archives: Prayer

Me and Thee

Cleansing a Rather Disconcerting Week I awakened early this morning with the intention of not being swallowed up by the relentless waves of negativity. Earlier this year Awakening to Yes came together as a prayer or mantra to help reign … Continue reading

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Silent Saturday Agendas

Jesus is alone in the tomb, his spirit in communion with God, bringing about the resurrection of his body for his next communications. The disciples retreat and hide in confusion and fear. The Jewish leadership plots to disrupt this unwieldy … Continue reading

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Teacher

As Jesus looked up, he saw the rich putting their gifts into the temple treasury. He also saw a poor widow put in two very small copper coins. “Truly I tell you,” he said, “this poor widow has put in … Continue reading

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Awakening to Yes

Awakening to yes The love of God The light of Christ The divine guidance of the Holy Spirit Yes I will to see the light. Listening to yes Eternal as a child of God Temporal as a human point of … Continue reading

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If

If there is no peace in the individual heart, mind and soul Peace is an illusion . . . But peace is not an illusion It is the eternal gift of our creator, never withdrawn Though often with our free … Continue reading

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Nine Eleven Twenty Sixteen

The gravity of events that shook this day fifteen years ago wears heavy on most of our souls. Man’s inhumanity to man is not a new thing. When will they ever learn? How do we move on from the ghastly, … Continue reading

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Four Days to Eternity

Luke, born in Antioch about the time of the birth of Jesus, by profession, was a physician. He had become a disciple of the apostle Paul and later followed Paul until Paul’s martyrdom. Having served the Lord continuously, unmarried and … Continue reading

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