Now I Begin,
Now I Begin,
Originally published as part of a collection for Everyday Ediths. Twelve stars upon your head rests, a diadem of the world. Born clean without sin, to bring forth a child foretold. A necklace of wool in one hand, beads of prayer in the other, To your immaculate heart we pledge and you, shall be called Mother. Want More?
Can I pray for You? Leave your prayer intentions for August in the comments and I will add you to my prayer list. Be as specific as you want. Not comfortable commenting? Contact me directly and I’ll take care of you! Bonus points for anyone who prays with me!
Ps 50:14 Offer praise as your sacrifice to God; fulfill your vows to the Most High. Praise Him Praise Him. Adore Him. Lift Him up in song. Worship Him. Love Him. Seek forgiveness for your wrongs. Of fruits of the Earth He has no need. His Commandments and the Word you should heed. Bless Him. Want More?
Psalm 49:17 Do not fear when a man becomes rich, when the wealth of his house grows great. At his death he will not take along anything, his glory will not go down after him. We experience this world through our senses. We touch, taste, feel, smell and see all that is around us. It is Want More?
Ps 48:9 What we had heard we have now seen in the city of the Lord of hosts, In the city of our God, which God establishes forever. Psalm 48 was originally written as hymn for the City of Zion. The importance of Zion transcends Christianity and is considered sacred in Judaism as well as Want More?
Psalm 47:7-8 Sing praise to God, sing praise; sing praise to our king, sing praise For God is king over all the earth; sing hymns of praise. On Sundays I teach a religious education class to kindergartners. Yesterday I asked them a simple question, “How many of you are bored in Church?” Most of them Want More?
PS46:7-8 Though nations rage and kingdoms totter, he utters his voice and the earth melts. The Lord of hosts is with us; Our stronghold is in the God of Jacob. I don’t know about you, but the world feels a little crazy right now, maybe even more than a little! There’s more violence on Want More?
My wedding anniversary is tomorrow. Seems fitting that this particular Psalm written to commemorate the marriage between King David and a Phoenician Princess is next up for Project Psalm. Psalm 45 11-12 Listen, my daughter, and understand; pay me careful heed. Forget your people and your father’s house, that the king might desire your Want More?
In the garden of Gethsemane on a starry night, our lord kneels in prayer contemplating his plight. Dripping tears of sweat and blood, He knew they would come. He offers up prayers. The Father’s will be done. With a kiss, a small kiss His love is betrayed. Shackled and whipped the King becomes a Want More?