Dear Lord, Save me… The sea is so wide and my boat is so small. (repeat as needed!)
Jesus is enough to keep me at peace like a child in it’s mother’s arms… Jesus is enough to keep me at peace like a child… Jesus is enough to keep me at peace… Jesus is enough to keep… Jesus is enough… Jesus… – Inspired by Psalm 131:2 – Read Mark 10:13-16 and reflect. – Simplfied by Matt from a…
Oh Lord! To rejoice in the eye of the storm, to laugh out loud with delight in your presence, to respond with humility and to give in love – surely there is no other way. Help me Lord, to walk humbly, to love and to be loved and to hear your words in all that surrounds. Amen
O most tender and gentle Lord Jesus, Teach me to meditate on you That I may become like you And love you truly and simply As you have loved me. Amen.
Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me. (Pray repeated as you breathe).
O Lord, all merciful: Light within me the fire of your Holy Spirit. Take away this heart of stone and give a heart of flesh and blood, a heart to love and adore you, a heart which may delight in you, love you and praise you, for Christ’s sake. Amen.
Lord, you are closer to me than my own breathing, nearer than my hands and feet. – St Teresa of Avila 1515-1582AD
Teach us, Lord, to do the little things as though they were great because of the majesty of Christ who does them in us and who lives our life. Teach us to do the greatest things as though they were little and easy because of Christ’s power! – Blaise Pascal 1623-1662AD famous for his mathematics and Pascal’s triangle!
In Christ alone my soul finds rest… In Christ alone my soul… In Christ alone… In Christ. – Inspired by Psalm 62:1, 5 – From Bill Gaultiere at www.soulshepherding.org – Pray slowly reflecting on each line quietly.
Lord God, take my heart, for I cannot give it to you. And when you have it keep it, For I would not take it from you. And save me in spite of myself, For Christ’s sake. – Francois de Salignac (1651-1715)
From silly devotions, And from sour-faced saints, Good Lord, deliver us! – St Terisa Of Avila 1515-1582AD. Now this one may seem a bit pointless at first, but go with it. What kinds of silly worship, crazy stuff, and put-on shows have you seen in the name of God? We need to pray about it! Reflect on what God…
Lord Jesus, we remember how you forgave the people who hurt you. Help us to forgive those who hurt us. May we never try to pay them back. Amen.