Plymouth Congregational Church

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Sending prayers

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Just a reminder at how precious life is; that before you leave home to set aside unhappy feelings and tell those you care about that you do love them. I think back to the very first sermon I had the honor of hearing Pastor Bill give. He talked about how to pray to the children. Which finger represents the “who” as it applies to our life. The thumb is for those closest to us (Mom, Dad, siblings, friends, etc.), the pointer finger for those that are most influential in our lives (teachers, Pastor, etc.), the middle finger for those that have power within our lives (the President, the police, the fire, and doctors), next are for those that are weak and need a little more (ailing grandparents, the sick, the needy) and then finally for ourselves.

Today I watched a powerful video, a couple actually, of what is facing Japan right now and think upon the power, as well as the need, for prayer. So today I am asking that you take your weakest finger and spend a moment in silent prayer for what our brothers and sisters are facing amidst this disaster. That the loss of life is minimal. And that recovery is quick.

http://news.yahoo.com/video/world-15749633/24486861

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Author: bkbites

Stay at home Mom of 3 boys, 1 goofy dog, 2 wickedly crazy cats, and a traveling husband. Ah, what can be better? It's a full life without a doubt.

One thought on “Sending prayers

  1. Praying for those in in Japan! I have a friend that lives there and have not been able to contact him? Thanks for the reminder of the message of prayer!

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