Daily Prayable: Guess How They Finally Find It? - Wednesday, January 26, 2011

BY: pradm2n


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Daily Prayable

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Help me release.
Lay Your hands over my fists.
Teach my fingers to relax,
to uncurl and spread wide,
letting my resentment fall away,
and leaving my palms open to receive
Your waiting blessings.

-  Abigail Wurdeman

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On Prayer : Tiffany said, "This is a wonderful prayer to help those including myself who are lost and need a little inspiration each day."

On Prayer :
Sharon Sinclair said, "Hi Ruth: This glorious prayer has your signature all over it! I especially love the image of the window wall seen from two perspectives. Here's to a day of glistening grace and a celebration of all the paisley prints out there in the world that help us see our true colors. Sharon"

: Karen Burch said, "Rita, patron saint of the impossible, is the confirmation name I chose. I figured that with her, very little would be impossible. I believe that's true."
 

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