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Today is our US National Day of Prayer. Passed into law in 1952, it’s a day for all faiths to focus on prayer, in whatever form they may believe in. And there are many forms of prayer. Some popular forms are:
- Worship and praise, acknowledging God’s greatness and praising Him
- Petitionary or intercessory prayer, asking God to do something or change something that appears to be true, for self or others
- Affirmative prayer, expressing that God is always blessing us, and knowing that God is addressing your concern, giving thanks that this is true
- Thanksgiving, expressing gratitude for what you have, for the good things that God has provided and done
- Spiritual warfare, asking God to protect us and guard us against harm
But please, if these sound a bit technical, don’t feel you need to pick one and learn how to properly use it. Just find a quiet moment, deeply focus on your feelings about your prayer need, and just start talking to the Divine, from your heart, as an invisible friend. When you are troubled, go ahead and cry. Then ask Upstairs, “what do You think?” You may be astonished! I once asked “what do You think?” and I heard words directing me to do certain things; I met my soulmate husband as a result.
Prayer: the original wireless connection! No monthly fees, no wifi setup, and your call is always answered. Try it more often, not just on the National Day of Prayer. And you’ll find you are more and more Healthy Happy and Loving Lifesm.
Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM, is a stress solutions expert, holistic guide, and award-winning author who celebrates life. She has a longtime energy healing practice and is an ordained minister. Among her books are: Discover The Secret Energized You (http://tinyurl.com/b44v3br), Inspirations for Peace Within: Quotes and Images to Uplift and Inspire, and Sacred Meditation: Embracing the Divine. The books are available on Amazon and through Kebba’s office. To email us, email@example.com .
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