|A Prayer Diary||
Let me take thought also for the welfare of little children, and those who are sick, and of the poor; remembering that what I do unto the least of these His brethren I do unto Jesus Christ my Lord.
There is a wider voluntary entrance to prayer than sorrow and despair—the opening of our thoughts to God.
Abraham Joshua Heschel
If you are not in a place to approach another person as beloved of God, you may want to take the time to pray for them.
Br. Jim Woodrum, Society of Saint John the Evangelist
Each great religion has a similar origin: the spiritual awakening of its founders to God, the divine, the absolute, the spirit, Tao, boundless awareness.
Wayne Teasdale (1945–2004)
I am convinced that walking by faith means, for the most part, walking every day in the ordinary.
Churches are good for prayer, but so are garages and cars and mountains and showers and dance floors.
Silent prayer is not escape from this world but rather prepares me to engage and fully live in this world.