Posted: February 22, 2011 in prayer
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Pray then be okay with “nay.”

Praying paddling soothes life’s rattling.

Prayer is not to change God’s mind; it’s to change our very kind.

Prayer is not an assignment; it’s alignment.

Prayer isn’t asking; it’s cheering.

Our best prayers confess our errors.

Praying “wow” bests the formal bow and cow.

Prayer for an enemy is peace for ourselves.

The deal begins when we sit still, fold our hands, open our will.

We pray on our knees after life has kicked our feet out from under us.


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