Lord, we are on this long journey together, you and I.
We pray everyday to you so we will know what will happen to us. Then we remember that this is for us, not you. Watch over us as we look for redemption. Guide us while we travel through this life. Amen
Lord, I know there is a light on the end of the tunnel.
The light is you and everything you do within and around me. Bless and watch over me through these days with your Word. Let your Light guide to the end of the tunnel. Amen
From Tyler Schipits
Let all those who wish to better themselves do so. Let all those who struggle with addiction alleviate their evil desires. Let those who cannot focus on life’s true endeavours find meaning.
Lord, let this be a time of healing and self discovery through your loving grace. Through your love, anything is possible for us. In our lives and after, let us follow your light to eternal happiness.
From Bill Spell
You died in order to save our sins.
Help me to remember your sacrifice as I pray each day.
Allow me to be open to opportunities that bring me closer to you.
Give me the strength and courage to fulfill your will throughout my life.
Look upon not only me, but all those who continue to be examples of Your work on Earth.
Help me to put my life into perspective in an effort to think of others.
Let Jesus’ sacrifice be a constant reminder of all those who make sacrifices for me in my life.
Clear my mind of any distractions that inhibit me from doing Your will.
Most importantly, allow me to confess the sins that I have committed and to start anew.
From John Brandt
Dear Lord, we know that we are all sinners. We know that in many things we have all offended Your infinite majesty. We know that sin destroys Your life in us as a drought withers the leaves and chokes the life from the land, leaving a dusty desert dry. Help us now, Lord, in our feeble attempts to make up for past sin. Bless our efforts with the rich blessing of Your grace. Make us realize ever more our need of penance and of mortification.
Help us to see, in our ordinary difficulties and duties, in the trials and temptations of every day, the best opportunity of making up for past infidelities. Every day we are so often reminded in field and wood, in sky and stream, of Your own boundless generosity to us. Help us to realize that You are never outdone in generosity, and that the least thing we do for You will be rewarded, full measure, pressed down, shaken together, and flowing over. Then we shall see, in our own souls, how the desert can blossom, and the dry and wasted land can bring forth the rich, useful fruit that was expected of it from the beginning.
From Jack Conlisk