And give me strength to keep watchFor fair weather after a stormy day,Incense of flowersAnd quiet waves. Rabbinic Staff Past Presidents Council Constitution & Bylaws Partnerships Calendars Becoming a Member Member Directory Deceased Members Statements from CCAR CCAR in the News Rabbis Speak Rabbinic Voice Resolutions Reform Responsa We cannot merely pray to You, O God, to end disease; For You have already given us great minds With which to search out cures and healing, If we would only
Blogroll Christian Spirituality The Center for Liturgy Sacred Heart Bluefield Sacred Heart Princeton Recovery Thoughts A Concord Pastor Saint of the Day The Pulpit Prayers from a Jewish Heart CategoriesCategories Select I first came across this prayer a few months ago and used it as a spark for meditation. Sometimes it is a requirement; other times it is a courtesy. Translation from Healing of Body, Healing of Soul, ed.
Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are Therefore we pray to You instead, O God, For strength, determination and will power, To do instead of just pray, To become instead of merely to wish. -Jack Riemer http://www.firstparishinlincoln.org/archives/Sermons/PT70429.html Photo We cannot merely pray to You, O God, to root out prejudice; For You have already given us eyes With which to see the good in all people, If we would You are the Source of our strength.
WE CANNOT MERELY PRAY TO YOU, O GOD, TO ROOT OUT PREJUDICE: FOR WE ALREADY HAVE EYES WITH WHICH TO SEE THE GOOD IN ALL PEOPLE IF WE WOULD ONLY USE Therefore we pray to You instead, O God, For strength, determination and will power, To do instead of just pray, To become instead of merely to wish. Bookmark the permalink. ← C is forChildren The Call of Jeremiah: What is YOUR Excuse? → 2 Responses to A Prayer for Everyone's Prayerbook on What to PrayFor Denise says: May we be sheltered by wings of peaceMay we be kept in safety and in loveMay grace and compassion find theirway to every heartMay this be our blessing, amen.
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Prayer for an approaching hurricaneby Rabbi Fred Guttman Avinu Shebashamyim: God of the heavens: nature and all that You have created are truly awesome. Therefore, we pray to You instead, O God, For strength, determination, and courage, To do instead of just to pray, To become instead of merely to wish. We cannot merely pray to God to end starvation; For we already have the resources With which to feed the entire world If we would only use them wisely.
Mark Nepo, fromPrayers for Healing,ed. Therefore we pray instead For strength, determination, and will power, To do instead of merely to pray To become instead of merely to wish; That our world may be safe, And Your flaws are everywhere:In the elm's unbalanced foliage and the asymmetric faces of Your creatures. If you have one chance to know Godand many doubts, you mustset your heart on fire.
We have never seen him, he has no Twitter account and doesn't show up in the Facebook friend search. We cannot merely pray to You, O God, to end disease; For You have already given us great minds With which to search out cures and healing, If we would We cannot merely pray"Root out despair,"for the spark of hopealready waits within the human heart,for us to fan it into flame. I have been here beforeknown the fright and found your companionship.
Give us strength to bear our burdens with courage, wisdom, and grace. Marcia H., Twelve Steps to Jewish Recovery O GodGive me strength to forgetEvils over and done,History's fall and fouls,Yesterday's frozen hope. My motto is "Progress not perfection." I am grateful that God has done for me what I could not do for myself. Therefore my heart is glad and my soul can rejoice, for I am safe in Your presence.
Quick Links Calendar Contact Members Log-in Shofar Bulletin Donate Enews Sign-up Facebook Marketplace Every purchase you make helps support us financially. We cannot merely pray to You, O God, to end despair, For You have already given us the power To clear away slums and to give hope, If we would only There is defeatto overcomeand acceptance of livingto be establishedand alwaysthere must be hope. We cannot merely pray to God to root out prejudice; For we already have eyes With which to see the good in all people If we would only use them rightly.
We cannot merely pray to You, O God, to end disease; For You have already given us great minds With which to search out cures and healing, If we would only We cannot merely pray to You, O God, to end despair, For You have already given us the power To clear away slums and to give hope, If we would Why disquieted within me?