National Day of Prayer – May 3rd

Today is the National Day of Prayer–an annual observance held on the first Thursday of May, inviting people of all faiths to pray for the nation. It was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of Congress, and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman.

Whatever your faith, let’s join in collective prayer and meditation for personal and collective healing, strength and hope.

Sister Stephanie

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  1. See how the spirit aligns hearts! I did not know this was a national day of prayer but woke up with a heavy prayerful heart. I wrote this to a friend: “Needing prayer today, I realized we have become the people we used to reach out to… our elders, prayer warriors who lived a public faith and stood for us when we did not know how to stand for ourselves. It’s funny how regular we seem compared to those spiritual giants. Even with knowledge of their human imperfections they continue to loom large in my heart and mind. As I considered who I could ask to stand for me today, you easily came to mind. From the moment I met you I saw something special in you… a rare spirit-fire, a humility and sweetness, a desire to know God. That made me know I could trust you and I still trust you today. So I ask you to hold my Zahni up, as well as many transitional changes our little family is going through. We are praying for health, strength, patience and steady minds for the fulfillment of purpose.” Thanks to TSS I see I am, again, part of something bigger. Let each one of reach out to another to affirm the power of prayer.

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