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The Meaning of Prayer

September 7, 2010
 The Meaning of Prayer
by Frances McKinnon Morton
 
A breath of prayer in the morning
Means a day of blessing sure;
A breath of prayer in the evening
Means a night of rest secure.
 
A breath of prayer in our weakness
Means the clasp of a mighty hand;
A breath of prayer when we’re lonely
Means someone to understand.
 
A breath of prayer in our sorrows
Means comfort and peace and rest;
A breath of prayer in our doubtings
Assures us the Lord knows best.
 
A breath of prayer in rejoicing
Gives joy and added delight,
For they that remember God’s goodness
Go singing far into the night.
 
There’s never a year nor a season
That prayer may not bless every hour,
And never a soul need be helpless
When linked with God’s infinite power.
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