Saturday, March 6, 2010

Spiritual Sundays ~ Serenity Prayer


It is such a blessing to spend time with Charlotte and Ginger on Spiritual Sundays. My heart goes out in prayer for those in need. I want to thank all of you who prayed for us last week. We are still adjusting to our new life, new city. I know that God heard your prayers because my kids had a better week at school last week. We spent extra family time together last week at our kitchen table. The kids were doing homework and I was working on crafts. We were productive and happier being together. Thank you for your sweet words of encouragement and support. My posting thought for the day is the Serenity Prayer. It is a prayer we try to live by everyday.
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God bless you with a wonderful week!
Yoli :)

13 comments:

  1. I have always loved this simple prayer. Thank you for posting it here and know I am daily praying for your family. Life can throw us some curves and we really have to watch the road in front of us. Thank you for sharing. I hope you stop by to visit me soon.

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  2. Don't you love how time marches on and we feel better and better in spite of our doings? I'm glad you had a good week.

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  3. may God continue to provide you with strength and courage dear one!

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  4. wanted to stop by and wish you a wonderful Sunday.
    Hugs Denise

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  5. I have always loved this prayer. This is a beautiful presentation of it.

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  6. Hi Yoli. I'm glad you're adjusting. I'm glad we could be a small part of helping you with it. The serenity prayer is so good and the graphic you posted is beautiful. Thank you for sharing with us each week.
    Blessings,
    Charlotte

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  7. I love that prayer and the graphic is so pretty! Its always nice to pop in and see what you have posted on your blog. Have a wonderful week!

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  8. Praying that your next week is even better.

    Love the prayer.

    Blessings,

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  9. We all get so busy that we need to just take the time to be still and enjoy our loved ones.To sit and have a meal together rather than eating in the car on the go can even be a blessing. I'm so glad you enjoyed your day.
    Blessings,
    Ginger

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  10. Thanks so much for this, Yoli. I don't know if you ever met Mami, a Japanese blogger who joined a Pause in Advent from a non-Christian perspective. One week in Advent she told us about her mother's death the previous year, and how a Christian doctor in the hospital had shared the Serenity Prayer with them. I found her story very, very moving - God comforted them through these words, even though they didn't know Him, and later, Mami wanted to share them further. It's lovely to see the prayer again. Thanks.

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  11. I have always loved this prayer.

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