Saturday, February 3, 2018

1 Thessalonians 5:17


Pray without ceasing.


36 comments:

  1. Amen- I try to pray a little as I make my way through every day. xo Diana

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  2. Sometimes it is with every breath I take. The power of prayer is so awesome.

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  3. That remaining in an attitude of prayer, of communing with God as we go about our daily life's work is so very precious. The older I get the more precious it becomes. Thanks, friend, for sharing this verse.

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  4. There are some prayers that I have not stopped praying about. Thank you for the gentle reminder, Sandi.

    ~Sheri

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  5. Hello Sandi. The photo propels me in memory to the movie, Dr. Zhivago, and Russia. The praying without ceasing is also something I am very familiar with. Thanks for all your sweet visits and comments on my posts, by the way. Always nice to see you have stopped by. Susan

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  6. I pray through my each breath ,it has become part of my breathing dear Sandi!

    i can't explain how much peace it drops to my heart and how much sense of fulfillment it gives to my soul

    it completes my purpose of life and it gives meaning to all my doings
    God Bless You my Friend!

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  7. Yes. Because it takes a lot of prayer to make things go.

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  8. Hello, what a pretty scene and photo. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and new week!

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  9. Absolutely praying without ceasing. Have a blessed Sunday.

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  10. Wise words, and what an incredible view, so lovely, nature as well as the structure.

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  11. Wonderful wisdom about praying! And a photo of Russian Orthodox church is beautiful.

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  12. Hi Sandi! This passage has been a little mantra for me this year. Rejoice always, pray without ceasing. Pretty good advice that worked thousands of years ago, all the way to today.
    Happy Sunday!
    Ceil

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    1. Ceil, I read your post moments ago and gasped to see you referenced it too today! Great minds think alike.

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  13. Amen!!! It seems as though I have this running conversation with God all day long...from one subject to another. It is amazing He can keep track of it all!!

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  14. Such a nice way to meet you-on your blog, and mine! But we shall meet in heaven too! I so appreciate visitors who love Jesus coming to my blog. I read your story about (you) your grandma's forgiveness salad. Wonderful.One of my Scriptures for this year is Luke 6:26-36. I see much of that being about forgiveness....

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  15. What a different world this would be...

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  16. In all things, at all times, prayer is the answer!

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  17. Yes!!

    In all things by prayer and petition with thanksgiving, may we let our requests be known to God. And the peace of God which surpasses all understanding , will guard our hearts and our minds in Christ Jesus! ( Philippians 4:6)

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  18. That's a very nice winter picture.

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  19. That's a very nice winter picture.

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  20. I think that we probably talk with the Lord through the day more than we even realize, and I believe He is always speaking to me....if I will only listen!

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  21. Hello Sandi!
    Life without prayer? I can not imagine such a life.
    Beautiful, winter photo. A great Orthodox church.
    Greetings.
    Lucja

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  22. The power of prayer...it does exist!

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  23. This is one of my goals for 2018: to pray ALL the time! Thanks for reminding me!
    Jen

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