LoveBlog - Prayers For A New Year

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Happy New Year!  I hope you have had a lovely holiday season.  We can all use prayers whether we believe in them or not.  I have found a passage from the bible and a prayer for the new year I would like to share with you.  Maybe you say them for yourself or maybe for someone else.  I wish you the very best life has to offer.  May your year be filled with joy, peace and love.  Oh and hugs...Lots and lots of hugs.

Philippians 4:6

Do not be afraid about the future - instead, give everything over to God in prayer:-Don't worry about anything, but in all your prayers ask God for what you need, always asking him with a thankful heart. 

In Celtic spirituality, every day is a new day with God, a new start. A good interpretation of the following prayer can be found at this blog


God, bless to me the new day, 
Never vouchsafed to me before;
It is to bless Thine own presence
Thou hast given me this time, O God.

Bless Thou to me mine eye,
May mine eye bless all it sees
I will bless my neighbour,
May my neighbour bless me.

God, give me a clean heart,
Let me not from sight of Thine eye;
Bless to me my children and my wife,
And bless to me my means and my cattle.
 

A traditional Celtic prayer translated by Alexander Carmichael (1832-1912), compiler of oral traditions in Scotland. Source: Academia

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