Friday, December 6, 2013

Friday Five: Let’s Pray Together

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…
for remembering!
   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

1 comment:

Mary Beth said...

Wonderful. thanks for the "givingness" idea.