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In the Book of Genesis, “Let there be light” is
the divine creative command. We begin our
prayer time drawing upon the commanding
power that has been and always will be at
the heart of our spiritual capacity. God, the
creative principle, is our Source and ever-present resource. Let us pray…
God is the author of my inner peace.
Breathing consciously, I say to my thoughts
and feelings: Let there be peace. Let peace arise
from within, permeating my mind and my
being. Let me know God is the Source of peace.
Let there be a flow of peace replacing every
anxious, worrisome thought. Let there be peace,
as I pray …
The harmony and unity of divine love lead my way.
Centred in love that flows with no limits
or conditions, let me cultivate harmonious
thoughts that lead me to speak and act in
love. Let there be unity in my relationships.
Let my every decision be chosen wisely by
the harmonizing and unifying power of
divine love. In the Silence, I pray ……
God is my health and well-being.
No matter the circumstances, God
is my health and well-being. Let
there be health in every aspect of
my life. Let me concentrate on all
that is well, confidently centered
in health and well-being. Let
me revel in a continuous
current of divine life, now
and in the Silence …
I am abundance, giving and receiving good.
Let there be plenty, and let my eyes perceive the
good that can be. Let me live in assurance of everflowing,
never-depleting abundance. Let there be
plenty for me to give in a spirit of generosity. Let
me receive graciously, gratefully. I pause in grateful
I uphold the power of peace in all people.
Let there be peace in the world, and let it flow
from within the hearts of all people. Let me hold
peace as a precious jewel, a delicate treasure. Let me
lead with kindness, compassion, and cooperation,
in keeping with the God of peace that is my source.
Silently, now …
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We raise our voices in a refrain of courageous
confidence as we close this session of prayer. We
choose to remember in the hours ahead that all
authority is within us to demand the highest
thought and action of our divine identity. Let
there be … Let me be … as we recite the “Prayer