Today’s post over at RevGalBlogPals reads:
I am always grateful for the prayers of others, but I am especially touched when someone asks, “How may I pray for you?”
During this season of fullness, how may we pray for each other?
How may we:
• Pray for you…
discernment, wisdom, givingness*, and guidance (& the willingness to follow)
• Pray for someone you carry on your heart…
release, joy, enough-ness
• Offer thanksgiving with you…
• Ask God’s blessing in your life…
upon groundedness and strength
• Lift up anything else in your heart…
love for my congregation and the UCC as a whole—that it may continue to serve God’s kin-dom to the best of its ability; love for my family and all that they have given me (from faith to money to love to … all of it)
Thank you for your prayers! Now I’m heading to other F5 players to pray with you, too.
[As an aside, this F5 fits beautifully with my Advent meditation today over at In Praise of Sophia, so I invite you to stop by there, too!]
*yes, “generosity” would be the real word here, but “givingness” is the soul word that speaks to me