Friendship with God; Prayer and Speaking to God

william-hazlitt-critic-grace-has-been-defined-as-the-outwardFriendship with God; Prayer and Speaking to God

Grace

Cultivate your friendship with God.

Meditate

Meditate on a daily basis, seek God’s grace while faithfully attending to your agendas, assignments, commitments, chores, duties, endeavors, obligations, objectives, pledges, promises, responsibilities, studies and tasks respectively.

Converse

During our prayers and conversations with God, kindly avoid the following pleas such as

I need – No seeking more and more, be consciously aware of what you have

I want – No demanding more and more, be glad with what you have

Give me – No requesting or putting ultimatums please, be obedient, polite and respectful

Send Me More – No appealing please for more and more and more. Realize blissful abundance is with you already, seek to be appreciative, grateful, resourceful, responsible and thankful please.

Prayers

The prayer should be one line always (But naturally, we may pray and speak to God in our prayers with what we want to express with our minds and hearts filled with the pureness of devotion, but please remember to be God’s true friend as God is your true friend and in this true companionship and friendship, all that we humbly seek is God’s grace, God Bless)

Prayer – Grant us Dear God the gift of wisdom and thank you for you, God Bless. (It is always us – always seeking for one another since we seek Universal goodwill, harmony and welfare in all our thoughts, actions and expression earnestly, God Bless)

God Bless

May one and all be blessed with a vision of good health, happiness, and wisdom always, God Bless

Love, Light & Wisdom,

Vashi

©2014 Vashi Chandi

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