Sunday Holiday Prayer

BY: variousauthors

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The stores are closed today—
it’s another once-a-year holiday.
Some spending the Sunday
with their families all dressed up,
going to worship, enjoying a meal,
feeling happy, being loved.

Some spending the Sunday
with a friend or loved one,
hanging out, relaxing,
feeling happy, being loved.

Some spending the Sunday
alone, secure in their own company,
reading a book, taking a walk,
feeling happy and loved.

All experiencing Your devotion
in different ways, meaningful to them.

How can we help the less fortunate ones?
There are sisters and brothers,
on holidays, every-days, any-days; who are not
feeling happy and loved.

I hold them in my heart while I thank You.
I reflect on their needs while I thank You.
I am moved to reach out to those unhappy souls in prayer,
while I thank You.

 

 


 

 
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