Group active since Mon, Dec 20, 2010
After reading some of the comments on other discussion groups I thought it would be a great idea to have a group dedicated to a prayer chain. This group would be an outlet for those in need of support, love and prayers during difficult times in their lives. This way they can come to one place, and other members will have their names and be able to add them to their prayer list. In these troubling and difficult times that we are all facing I think it is needed.
11 Hours Ago
Have you discovered that you have within you the source of all good things? We each have the power to make this kingdom manifest. Heaven is not something apart from us or lying in the distant future, nor are we powerless to cause heaven to appear in our lives.
God in the midst of us is the very essence of heaven. As we realize this truth, we begin to recognize the blessings that surround us and heaven as the sum of all good appears. It consists of peace, love, health, and plenty. In heaven there is no absence of these. There can be no disorder, hate, fear, or lack because we are one with divine life and love.
Heaven is in the midst of us, and we are in the midst of heaven.
The kingdom of God is among you.—Luke 17:21
13 Hours Ago
When I doubt You Lord, help my unbelief.
Father God, I know You are the great healer. and I believe You answer all prayers Thank You dear God, thank You. Be with Janet today and help her cope with everything.
What are some practical ways you can remind yourself or others, that God is in control and He is able.
Yesterday at 9:03 AM
The language of “letting go and letting God” can be misleading. It can sound as if I am being asked to surrender control of my life to an external authority. However, the opposite is true. Letting go and letting God means surrendering my human identification and turning control over to my true, divine nature.
In Truth, I am one with the Allness of God. As I let go of the need to figure out my life intellectually, my internal and eternal divine wisdom effortlessly guides my path. When I let go of the need for recognition or approval, feelings of love and self-worth fill me. I open the way for spiritual ideas to flow forth to bless, inspire, and prosper me.
As I continually commit my life to Spirit, I feel ever-increasing satisfaction and peace.
Commit your way to the Lord.—Psalm 37:5
Sunday at 7:04 AM
Peace is always possible, even on the busiest of days. I am never far away from what the apostle Paul called “the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding.”
I am a living expression of God, just as every person is. I know that peace, like all of God’s qualities, seeks expression in my life. In the stillness of prayer, I embrace God’s peace, allowing it to fill my body, mind, and spirit.
Centered in the stillness of God, I go about my daily activities, affirming: God’s peace is mine. All things contribute to the calm peace of my soul.
Interruptions and inconveniences no longer upset me. My peaceful presence blesses me and everyone I meet.
And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.—Philippians 4:7
Sunday at 6:33 AM
Even if we are faithless You are faithful.
It seems I ask You Lord, every morning to be with the sick
. Please be with Janet keep Your loving arms tightly around her and make her well again.
Take time to show the love of God to someone today
Saturday at 7:49 AM
Jesus is THE name I call on to ask for prayers for all the sick only He can heal then.
Jesus please be with Janet today help her to continue to get better I know she will get well in Your time , Thank You Jesus
Who can you talk to today about their needs for an eternal home and the assurance that would bring them.
Saturday at 7:11 AM
Spending quiet moments in nature, writing in my journal, praying, and meditating all support me in being more resilient to life’s changes. My commitment to my spiritual practice supports my evolution and growth, a natural part of life.
In these quiet times, I surrender to the underlying current of good that flows through every aspect of my life. I let go and begin to relax into a state of peace and trust. Thought patterns or habits that have been weighing me down or holding me back are replaced by helpful, productive thoughts and behaviors. As I continue to grow spiritually, I begin to move efficiently and gracefully into the next phase of my life. I joyfully step into a new way of being as I trust my highest good to unfold.
He leads me in right paths for his name’s sake.—Psalm 23:3
Friday at 9:42 AM
World peace may seem like an impossible dream, but I have the power to create it by embodying peace in my own life. Martin Luther King Jr. said, “Peace is not merely a distant goal that we seek, but a means by which we arrive at that goal.” It is a state of being that begins within the individual. By being peaceful, I create peace.
Peace is my practice as I align my heart and mind with God. When I turn within to the Silence, I connect with my infinite source. When I center in Spirit, my words and actions naturally stem from a place of peace. I interact with others calmly, and in doing so help others experience peace. I create harmony in my own life and in the world.
I will both lie down and sleep in peace; for you alone, O Lord, make me lie down in safety.—Psalm 4:8