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Prayers at the Days Beginning ~

Prayers at the Days Beginning

Lord, one more day to love you!
O Jesus, watch over me always, especially today, or I shall betray you like Judas.
Lord, today is the day I begin!
Jesus, shine through me and be so in me that every person I come in contact with may feel your presence in my soul.
My God, send me thy Holy Spirit to teach me what I am and what thou art!
May the Passion of Christ be ever in our heart.
And to be more with Him, more with Him, not merely with oneself.

Father, my heart is heavy. I feel like I have to carry the burden alone. Words like “overwhelmed,” “distraught,” “exhausted” seem to describe where I am. I am not sure how to let you carry my heavy load, so please show me how. Take it from me. Let me rest and be refreshed so that my heart won’t be so heavy in the morning. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

Dear Lord, help me remember what a difference it makes when I make time with You a priority in my morning. Awaken me in body and spirit each day with a desire to meet with You and to hear You speak words of affirmation, assurance and wisdom over my heart as I prepare to go into my day. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.


Miracle Prayes

A Miracle Prayer for the Impossible
Father, I come to you today with faith so small I cannot see a way. I want to believe you are able to do more than I ever imagine. I want to walk by faith and not by sight. God, please bring a miracle into my life. I know that you can do the impossible in my life, and I am trusting in your promises. Thank you for being a God who sees and hears my every need. In Jesus’ name, amen.๐Ÿ•Š

A Thankful Miracle Prayer

Heavenly Father, Thank You for answering my prayers and performing miracles in my life every day. Just the fact that I woke up this morning and can take a breath is a gift from You. Help me to never take my health and loved ones for granted. Help me to always stand in faith and keep my focus on You when unexpected circumstances arise. In Jesusโ€™ Name, Amen.๐Ÿ•Š

A Prayer to Trust When You Need a Miracle
โ€œDear God, thank you that you love me and want to keep me from depending on other things instead of you. Forgive me for when Iโ€™ve depended on my job and other people instead of you. Thank you that you havenโ€™t forgotten me. Lord, the days ahead may be a little scary at times, but I understand now that the path to a miracle is through uncomfortable territory. I understand now that the source of a miracle will be unexpected, so I shouldnโ€™t try to figure it out. I should just trust you. When you tell me what to do, and it doesnโ€™t always make sense, I will still do what you want me to do. Help me to remember that youโ€™re all I need and that where you guide, youโ€™ll provide. I want to learn to trust you one day at a time. I want to go your way, not my way. I want to follow you, and I ask you to save me and come into my life. I claim your promise that if I trust you, youโ€™ll meet my needs. I pray this in Jesusโ€™ name. Amen.โ€๐Ÿ•Š

NATIVE American Prayer ๐Ÿ’ฅ

โ€œLONG LIVE THE KING!โ€ย  a poemย ย  18 February 2019 (Monday)๐Ÿค

{Picture: Dr. Rex & Eleanor Wilson, proud parents of their son Brian, who was an outstanding basketball player at Alpine High School [Alpine, Texas] but was involved in a car accident which took his life before he got to attend college.]

Dr. Rex Wilson was my vocal coach when I attended Sul Ross! He passed away today! Feb. 17, 2019! Here is something I wrote for him called:

โ€œLONG LIVE THE KING!โ€ a poem 1 February 2019 (Monday)

He-was Dr. Rex, The Lion-Heart-ed;*

Yes, we-are-sorry he is parted,
But, heโ€™ll never die, for in our hearts,

Dr. Wilson still imparts:

โ€œLift your pillows,** everyone! –

Remember-to-sing and have good fun,

And LIFT YOUR GLASSES to remember me –

For-I-AM-ever-with-you, a-sparrow***-with-eyes-of-glee!โ€

fin <3


* – โ€œREXโ€ means โ€œKing,โ€ and some courageous, honorable kings are referred to as having โ€œlion hearts,โ€ broad, generous and kind dispositions and manners.

** – When singing, Dr. Wilson often reminded his vocal students to raise their cheeks, for this helped to produce a quality sound! He would say: โ€œLIFT YOUR PILLOWS and smile!”

*** – In Alpine, Texas, U. S. A., Dr. Wilson was know for singing a beautiful rendition of “His Eye Is On The Sparrow!โ€ I often heard him sing it in churches, and he accompanied me on piano or organ, sometimes when I sang, sometimes when I played the cello! He was/is a marvelous singer, teacher and person!

Dr Rex Wilson