Prayer Anywhere

Feb 22, 2011

People say prayers anytime, anywhere–in the car, on the basketball court, under the bed, during a test, in dreams….  There’s probably no time, circumstance, or place where prayers are not offered. With my drawn prayers, I now see any piece of paper as a invitation for a moment with God.  No napkin, newspaper, or notebook is safe from a spontaneous opportunity for prayer.  Here is a pencil prayer from 35,000 feet in the middle of a Sudoku page.
(Sudoku torn from my Puzzler.com 252 Puzzles June/July 2008)

2 Comments

  1. I love this statement: “I now see any piece of paper as a invitation for a moment with God.” What a wonderful way to be reminded to pray constantly. Your blog is encouraging and inspiring.

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  2. Sybil, Thanks for the Lent Callender grid. It’s a great way to keep my focus on God this coming Easter season.
    I agree with Melissa, every piece of paper is a moment with God. It too helps me keeps my focus on continual communication with God. Blessings To You. Lael

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