January 26, 2012


Posted in prayers from history tagged , at 5:00 am by blync77

O Lord, by your dealings with us, whether of joy or pain, of light or darkness, let us be brought to you.  Let us value no treatment of your grace simply because it makes us happy or because it makes us sad, because it gives us or denies us what we want; but may all that you send us bring us to you; that knowing your perfectness, we may be sure in every disappointment you are still loving us, in every darkness you are still enlightening us, and in every enforced idleness you are giving us life, as in his death you gave life to your Son, our Savior, Jesus Christ. Amen.
Phillips Brooks (1835–1893)


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