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"Prayer Can Change Ones Life"

 Prayer can change ones life anytime,

Anywhere, at any age.

It can renew ones mind and body, 

calm the  storms of daily living,

Which is wonderful and peaceful.


Even though we can't change the 

whole world and make it perfect;

Each of us can pray our way pass all 

our conflicts and negativity and into a 

personal place of peace.


As we try to dismantle our personal 

roadblocks   through the honest approach 

we will fine ourselves moving toward the

Promised peace, which waits for all of us,

Past potholes and detour signs like envy,

Impatience, fear and rigidity.

Inching forward, to discover the kingdom

Waiting not beyond some spectacular 

Sunset, or up on a lofty mountaintop,

But right here.....right now.....inside each

Of our hearts.

As prayer changes our lives, we're learning

To be honest about our feelings, to take

Openly to God, to admit our missteps.

If one begins  to believe that past all the 

self-made stumbling block peace awaits.

( Luke 17:21 )


God, we know you are here. We know you 

are listening. Help us to recognize and 

overcome all our shortcomings that 

separate us from our place of peace,

The kingdom within.

***By: Pam Kidd

***Posted By: Judith A

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Saturday, July 11th 2015 at 9:45PM
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