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Prayer Writing Guidelines

Prayer Writing Guidelines   1. Length: 100 words – give or take 50! 2. Language: Religiously neutral. That means no direct reference to a specific Higher Power – we do not use names for God associated with a particular belief.  In a Prayable we write as if we are having a conversation directly with God and use the word "You" as in second person singular. In some cases "God" is acceptable, but we rarely allow the phrase. We discourage prayers that rhyme, though there are some exceptions to this also. 3.  Words: These are no-no words in a Prayable prayer: The direct God references, such as Jesus, Allah, Almighty, King, Father, Sovereign, Him. We also try to stay away from: resurrection, amen, reincarnation, reign, kingdom, thee, thou, biblical references, flowery words, high-falutin words, clichés, and bland expressions. 4. Tone: Positive, uplifting, witty, edgy, motivational, contemporary and relevant. 5. Content: We are always looking for " not your granny's prayers ." We want witty prayers for women (ages 40-65) aimed at speaking to a Higher Power about every-day topics, such as prayers for mothers, relationships, family, menopause, money, work and rest. Keep these questions in mind while your writing your submissions: Would I or could I forward this to someone? Are there references that distract from the greater message? 6. Structure: There is no set way to write a prayer for Prayables, you’ll have your own distinct style. It's really important that someone can say YES! to these questions after reading your prayer: Does it leave me in a better place for having read it? Have I been comforted or inspired?   Examples of Well-Written Prayers They're the ones that I can count on, sure as the beads on an abacus. It is miraculous to me how You fit them into my life: the childhood friend, the college roommate, the confidante, the sisters by birth and by marriage. Treasures, all... a profusion much greater than one woman deserves. Thank You for the bonds forged by women's hearts, for tangible evidence of Your enduring love. Knowing You could not be present in flesh, You sent me those who can and are. Your love is on my mind this morning.   You rest right behind my eyes.   I see You everywhere,  in little things throughout the day:  a child's laugh, the stranger's glance,  a weary pair of aging hands.  You rest right behind my eyes. Your love is on my mind this morning. The You in me sees the You in others.   I am SO hot. Not hot like Megan Fox hot. Hot like Bea Arthur in a raging sauna hot. 30 degrees outside, 65 degrees inside. I sit, in short sleeves, waving a fan crafted from today's junk mail, discretely slipping ice down the front of my shirt. I see You have a sense of humor. It is hell getting old. The heat and inner flames come right along with it. Could You help me cope with these sudden interior flashes of 250 degrees? I've been cast as the Wicked Witch of the West, without any fancy byline. I am meltiiiiiiing.... I trust You to help me navigate these hot springs of my life. Transport me to my next stage, where I will prosper and grow, with your guidance and love. I trust You to get me through. Yes, this hot flash-  and all the others- shall pass.   Thank you for reading the Prayables Prayer Writing Guidelines. You can back to the , or for more information please visit our and .

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Talent Wanted

We're looking for expressive writers who have the passion and talent to write original short prayers in a contemporary style that will be uniquely “Prayable.” Your writing should provide woman of different faiths with the right words to make it easy to pray and add more meaning to the prayer experience.  Paste your prayers to the   wall for publication consideration. If your work is generally liked by the Prayables community fan base and staff, you'll land a spot as a published contributor with Prayables. Accepted prayers are featured on the website and integrated into the publication schedule. The Daily Prayable is our inspiring email newsletter received by over 25,000 women every morning, so your work will undoubtedly be read! You can find the official Prayables  . Please follow these guidelines or your prayer will not be accepted. After your done reading the rules...   For more information please visit our and .

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Most Inspiring Twitter Celebrity Users

From MC Hammer to Kathy Ireland, check out who we selected as the celebrities on Twitter who offer wisdom, advice and more to their fans.

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Beliefnet offers a variety of views on Christian living and Christian issues from such authors as Linda H. Howard, Dr. Jack Kerwick, Jim Fletcher, Rob Kerby, Diane Hanny, Susan Jordan Brown and Kirsten Jackson.

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