This group is very spiritual. They love to pray and sing hymns. Some of their thoughts today:
Trisha, please pray for my daughter Bonnie. She has four daughters and she is only 46. She has leukemia and is very ill.
My grandson, Brian needs prayers, too.
How about the military men and women, we should pray for them, too.
I would like to say the Serenity Prayer that I learned when I was in AA, a 12 step program. I did not have a very happy life. Never knew my father. He left the day I was born. When I was 21-years-old, my mother told me who my father was. I never met him. I wasn’t able to even think about how I would handle if he didn’t want to meet me. It hurt so that he left me when I was just born. I had a great earthly mother and a wonderful Heavenly Father who is my best friend. How about if I say the Serenity Prayer and then everyone will be able to repeat the words after me?
|God grant me the serenity
to accept the things I cannot change;
Living one day at a time;
Enjoying one moment at a time;
Trust in the LORD with all your heart
Proverbs 3, 5-6