living prayers - contemporary prayers for today

contemporary prayers for today

prayer for release


Prayer to release anger

God,

I am so tied up inside, my heart is almost frozen with anger, my mind is really obsessed by it and my soul feels in chaos. Yet you teach us to ask, and so I ask you for help for release from these feelings. I do not know how to move on, but I do know I need your spirit to work within me.
Help me to somehow express the depth of these thoughts and the power of these feelings. Help me to accept your love once again in my heart, that I may come alive again, free from the chains of this anger.

Amen.





prayer for peace of mind

A short film inviting us to kneel in the waters of God's stream and receive his serenity:-


"Help me to accept your love once again in my heart"



Prayer for financial release
(a prayer for release from debt)

Heavenly Father,

I know that heaven is the treasure, that if I were to count the blessings of love, family and friendship I am rich beyond telling.
And yet, I confess I feel poor, that this financial debt weighs on my heart, fills my mind and grieves my soul.
O God, I can not see a way free, and despite all my hard work and efforts I still live under this debt.
Please, come and renew my mind, set it free as I leave this burden at the foot of the cross.
Help me to understand your heart for me, to breathe, live and love in your freedom. Lord, I put my trust in you, and ask for a miracle, for finances that free me from these chains.

Please hold my family and me.
Keep us all safe until that time when we are truly free.

Amen.


quotes on anger from the bible

"My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry"

(James 1:19, NIV)


" If you become angry, do not let your anger lead you into sin, and do not stay angry all day."

(Ephesians 4:26, GNT)


"Love is kind and patient,
never jealous, boastful,
proud, or rude.
Love isn’t selfish
or quick tempered.
It doesn’t keep a record
of wrongs that others do."

(1 Corinthians 13:4-5, CEV)