The end of another beautiful week here in Seattle – 47 days without any rain, possibly setting a record. Not good for the farmers or for the wildfires, but some of us are enjoying it which probably accounts for how upbeat my prayers are this week. Enjoy and if you want to check out the photo prayers that I am adding now don’t forget to like the facebook page
May we be still in your presence O Lord,
And wait patiently for you to act.
May we delight in you O Lord,
And trust in you to help us.
May we commit our day to you O Lord,
And hold onto your faithful promises.
(Adapted from Psalm 37:3-7)
Show us the right path, O Lord;
point out the road for us to follow.
Lead us by your truth and teach us,
for you are the God who saves us.
All day long we put our hope in you.
(Adapted from Psalm 25:4,5)
Lord Jesus Christ your yoke is easy, you burden is light.
Help us to lay down what we should not carry.
Help us to let go what we should share.
May we find the joy of always walking yoked with you.
Drink in the water of life,
Let it quench your thirsty soul.
Feed on the bread of heaven,
Let it nourish your starving spirit.
Be filled with the life of Christ,
Let him sustain and keep you
“Do all the good you can,
By all the means you can,
In all the ways you can,
In all the places you can,
At all the times you can,
To all the people you can,
As long as ever you can.”
This prayer was written while thinking about the Wild Goose Festival this weekend. The Wild Goose is the Celtic symbol for the Holy Spirit. The photo is of Canada geese.
May the spirit soar within you and take flight
May it guide you through the day and lead you through the night
May it shine for all to see and give you light.
Goodness—forty-seven days of no rain absolutely has to be a record! I love the photo of the blue moon you shared. It’s stunning! And thank you, as always, for sharing these prayers. They are so beautiful, and I plan on sharing them with my youth ministry students this week. I particularly love the one that was adapted from Psalm 25:4, 5.
Yes 51 days is the record so we are almost there. And thanks for letting me know how you use the prayers. Blessings