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2 Holy Enlightening 'Morning Prayers'

Updated on July 21, 2017

Prayers need no language, no words, it just needs concentration and dedication

Words of Appraisal-

Oh! Lord, our father!

‘Holy’ be your name,

Your holy throne

placed high up in heaven,

glorify your name.

May I lie under your holy wings,

be protected by your divine powers,

led by your righteous guidelines,

and receive your blessing showers.

Praise the God! Praise the Lord!

Praise ‘His’ noble grandeur,

may I receive your perpetual blessings,

enlightened by your splendor.

Pray in a Church in your own words- Speak Out Your Heart

A Thanksgiving Prayer-

Holy Spirit!

You made me see the light.

You gifted me the divine powers

to forgive my enemies,

to forget my plight.

How you guide me with your just advice!

Gave me keen eyesight.

You created the glorious nature,

the sky , the earth , the sands,

all together sing your praise,

worship your ‘Holy Hands’.

May we follow the path of truth,

praise your splendid magnificence.

Lighten and fulfill your darkened lives,

with your marvelous luminescence.

Amen.

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      DEBANGEE MANDAL 9 months ago from India

      Thank you so much Tamara for your generous comment.

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      Tamara Moore 9 months ago

      These two poems are breathtaking. I love them, and not only are they incredibly beautiful, but they also have delightful rhythm and rhyme. They could be songs! Thank you for sharing these, Debangee.

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      DEBANGEE MANDAL 10 months ago from India

      Thank you so much Flourish .. It is truly a big compliment.

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      FlourishAnyway 10 months ago from USA

      You have a beautiful and peaceful heart. I like how you always find something positive to say no matter what. It speaks to your spirit as a human being.

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      Elijah A Alexander Jr 10 months ago from Washington DC

      Please, Debangee, if you feel you must use a title use "brother" because "Miss, Mr., Mrs, Ma'am and Sir" are English titles originally used in their class system where the peasants were required to use them for "Gentleman, their ladies and above; Gentleman used it for Lords, their Ladies and above; Lords used it for Knights, their ladies and above and Knights used it to Kings and Queens." The slaves in the U.S. caused the change after the English here forgot where it originated.

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      DEBANGEE MANDAL 10 months ago from India

      Thank you Elijah sir for your kind words and useful advice.

      Thank you Rachael maam for your generous words.

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      DEBANGEE MANDAL 10 months ago from India

      Thank you so much Bill sir for your sweet and kind comment.

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      Rachel L Alba 10 months ago from Every Day Cooking and Baking

      Hi Debangee, Lovely prayers for sure. If more people would pray like that every day, this would be a much better world. Thanks for sharing.

      Blessings to you.

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      Elijah A Alexander Jr 10 months ago from Washington DC

      Derange,

      From a social religion's perspective they are superb prayers, hands down some of a more personal type prayers begging for understanding. Very well said!!

      From a spiritual perspective they are only flowing words addressing an "unknown god" that, every form of scripture I've read indicate, is located within oneself.

      When we understand the latter of the two all of our prayers, without saying the words, give praise to god just like when we ask our physical parents form something we are acknowledging they are superior to our limitations. The difference is when talking to god we know we are talking to our own all-knowing higher self which our physical consciousness has not attained its lever of comprehending therefore we asa asking that our physical mind be able to comprehend as it does.

      Again, very well written and thank you for sharing them.

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      Bill Holland 10 months ago from Olympia, WA

      That's the nice thing about prayer....no rules....just a conversation with God, and what could be nicer?

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