Tuesday, November 09, 2004

A Tuesday morning prayer

Teach us, God, how to be humble in praying, though we may not kneel; how to turn our sight to the inner world of life as we close our eyes; how to cease from restless labors while we fold our hands in peace. If, in prayer, your mercy comes like healing on our unquiet hearts, teach us how to share it with one another. If life has left us shaken, be a rock for our questing feet. If we have grown confused amid the storm of circumstance, be a mighty peace steadying our hands and hearts. Be with us, we ask you, for Christ's sake. Amen. (Samuel H. Miller, Prayers For Daily Use (NY: Harper & Bros., 1957), p. 27.)
(Who's Samuel Miller? Check it out here.)

1 comment:

Natala said...

Thank you for posting this, I was in a rut today, and was searching for a way to pray.Sometimes I get so confused and wonder what I am supposed to say. Perhaps that's just a part of it...