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Sunday, October 04, 2009

Sunday Stuff


In my thoughts and prayers this Sunday are:


I pray for them; God forgive me if I do no more than pray for them.

12 comments:

  1. Excellent idea for a bidding prayer, Reverend Saint. I add that you are in my prayers.

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  2. I really like this Sunday post! Will you continue it in the future? I hope so.

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  3. Azsonofagun: Thank you, Rex. I am certainly in need of prayer!

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  4. China Girl: Thank you, my friend. I may consider making this a regular Sunday feature, especially if the response is good.

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  5. This is a brilliant post Nick.
    As you know I am unsure of praying as I am unsure of my relationship with God, well with religion really not so much God.
    But I thought I would let you know that I have donated £100 to the British Red Cross for their appeal in the wake of the disaster that has befallen these people. Plus all my profits from the web site will go to the BRC as well.
    But they need all the help we can give them and so they are very much in my thoughts right now.

    As for the rest of your pray, I do so hope the family of the young boy killed eventually find some peace and comfort. What a terrible thing to happen, words fail me.

    I also hope that everyone else in your pray is looked after.

    As for you and Alex well, your always in my thoughts and I always want you to be ok.

    Much love,
    Lia
    xx

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  6. Also so you know, I have been clicking for you as well.

    Much love,
    Lia
    xx

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  7. Lia: Thank you, my friend, for your inspiring comments. As for being unsure about your relationship to God, or any higher source, for that matter, I believe you are exactly where you need to be at the moment. If, perchance, you wonder why I say that, you may want to take a gander at M. Scott Peck's book, The Road Less Traveled. I think the book may answer a few question and pose several more.

    Your donations to the British Red Cross are really wonderful! In economic times such as there, the resources to help others become quickly depleted and there are so many needs at the moment.

    As for the murder of Derrion Albert, I feel his family's pain and the pain of so many families whose children are caught in the cross-fire of the world's violence.

    I truly appreciate you concern for Alex and me. And your "clicking." About the former, please know that Google Adsense gets, uh, pissed off, if the same ad is clicked by the same person more than once a day. That means, my dear Lia, you'll need to visit me once a day! I shall do my best to find ways to entertain you!

    Again, my deepest thanks for your words and your support and, most of all, for your friendship!

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  8. Thank you for reminding me to pray for them too, Nick...

    God bless you =)

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  9. "God forgive me if I do no more than pray for them."

    What a powerful prayer.

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  10. Jennifer: Thank you. Yes, I agree that "God forgive me if I do no more than pray for them" is a powerful way to end a prayer. I've noticed that as I've used it through the years, the first time folks in worship hear it, the seem to, uh, wake up.

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  11. We join you in those prayers.

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