Prayer to Re-Capture What Was LostPrayer of a Little, Abandoned Soul in the Divine Will
Dear friends, at this time I feel called to encourage you in prayer and to share with you some of the prayers I pray myself which I have now added to my Prayers and Novenas page. I will let the prayers speak to your hearts as God wills.
First is the Prayer of a Little, Abandoned Soul in the Divine Will, which I have been praying for myself and my loved ones, but since it has borne fruit, I have changed it to include all souls from Adam to the last man. I feel Our Lady is pleased that I have done so. May it grant you also many blessings.
Next is the Prayer to Re-Capture What Was Lost, a prayer I composed after reading this article from Spirit Daily. Prayers of this sort are most effective if one receives the sacraments of reconciliation and communion regularly. And of course, the Lenten fasting period gives prayers of deliverance even more power.
The third prayer new to the collection is my Divine Will Prayer After Communion. Of course there are a great many prayers for that time of grace, and the intimate prayer of the heart is always pleasing to our Lord. Here is one way you can add Divine Will prayers to your prayer.
One prayer which I added to my Prayers and Novenas page in 2016 is the Way of the Cross for Greater Trust, which includes excerpts from this blog. There is also a large print version, as well as a printable brochure–minus the excerpts–if you want to print and use it in your parish, with the permission of your priest of course. Most appropriate for Lent!
If you wish to refresh your desire for prayer, I encourage you to read these past messages, or to do a category search, in the search field of this blog, on the subject of prayer.
If I showed you what the world would look like without your prayers, you would be appalled…
Give me your pennies and I will open the storehouse of heavenly goods!
Those who have spurned and rejected me have need of many prayers and offerings…
By God’s grace, may our prayers and sacrifices during this holy season bear fruit in the Divine Will for all eternity. May His kingdom come and come quickly! Amen.