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Breath Prayers Based on Luke 21

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Breath Prayers based on Luke 21:29-33
The Lesson of the Fig Tree

Silently pray the phrase after IN on your breath in. Then silently pray the phrase after OUT on your breath out. Take your time. Breathe deeply. Choose one, a few, or all of them as is most helpful to you. ⁠

IN: Creator,
OUT: help me see

IN: Creator,
OUT: open my eyes to your signs

IN: Creator, speak to me
OUT: through your creation

IN: You will fulfill
OUT: Your promises

IN: Heaven and earth will pass away
OUT: But your words will not

IN: The kingdom of God is near
OUT: breathe out in silence

IN: You are near
OUT: breathe out in silence

_______________

For the next few months, I’m reading a chapter from the Gospels each day. This is part of the Summer in the Scriptures reading plan sponsored by the Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church. Click Here for the reading plan.

You’re most welcome to read along and to join the Facebook discussion group, Summer in the Scriptures. You don’t need to be a Methodist or attend a Methodist church. All are welcome and all means all.

As part of the Facebook group, I’ve been supplying prayers based on the day’s reading. Feel free to post your prayers and observations based on the readings here or there as well.

May the grace of the Gospels, the challenge, and the call, inspire us to great faith and great good works in Jesus’ name. – Lisa <

Breath Prayers based on Luke 21 © 2020 Lisa Ann Moss Degrenia
You are welcome to use this work in a worship setting with proper attribution.
Please leave a comment for information and permission to publish this work in any form.

Breath Prayers Based on Luke 19-20

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Silently pray the phrase after IN on your breath in. Then silently pray the phrase after OUT on your breath out. Take your time. Breathe deeply. Choose one, a few, or all of them as is most helpful to you. ⁠

Breath Prayers based on Luke 19:1-10
Jesus and Zacchaeus

IN: Jesus, I long to see you
OUT:

IN: Jesus, I long to know you
OUT:

IN: I rejoice in your welcome
OUT:

IN: You show me my riches
OUT:

IN: You show me my poverty
OUT:

IN: Jesus
OUT: I repent of my graft and greed

IN: Jesus
OUT: here is my gift for the poor

IN: Jesus
OUT: help me right my wrongs

IN: Today salvation
OUT: has come to this house

Breath Prayers based on Luke 20:9-19
The Parable of the Wicked Tenants

IN: Jesus, open my ears
OUT: to your messengers

IN: I confess my greedy ways
OUT: Forgive me

IN: I confess my controlling ways
OUT: Forgive me

IN: I confess the violence in my heart and hands
OUT: Forgive me

IN: All that I have is yours
OUT:

IN: Help me honor
OUT: all you entrust to me

IN: Make me generous
OUT: Ready to share

IN: You are the Cornerstone
OUT: I receive you and bless you

_______________

For the next few months, I’m reading a chapter from the Gospels each day. This is part of the Summer in the Scriptures reading plan sponsored by the Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church. Click Here for the reading plan.

You’re most welcome to read along and to join the Facebook discussion group, Summer in the Scriptures. You don’t need to be a Methodist or attend a Methodist church. All are welcome and all means all.

As part of the Facebook group, I’ve been supplying prayers based on the day’s reading. Feel free to post your prayers and observations based on the readings here or there as well.

May the grace of the Gospels, the challenge, and the call, inspire us to great faith and great good works in Jesus’ name. – Lisa <

Breath Prayers based on Luke 19-20 © 2020 Lisa Ann Moss Degrenia
You are welcome to use this work in a worship setting with proper attribution.
Please leave a comment for information and permission to publish this work in any form.

Prayer Prompts Based on Luke 18, the Widow and the Unjust Judge

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Prayer Prompts based on Luke 18:1-8
The Parable of the Widow and the Unjust Judge

Use one or more of the following prompts as you pray. Just finish the sentence again and again or use it as a springboard for your prayers. Share your prayer in the comments. What prayer prompt would you write? Share that as well.

How am I like the Unjust Judge?

Mighty One, I confess abusing my power and privilege by …

Mighty One, I confess my lack of reverence for …

Mighty One, I confess my lack of love for …

Mighty One, I confess my resistance to hear and help …

Mighty One, I confess judging …

 

How am I like the Widow?

Mighty One, quickly grant ________ justice

Mighty One, hear my cry for ________. Do not delay.

Mighty One, help _______ to not lose heart

Mighty One, help _________ to trust you to answer

Mighty One, grant ___________ a persevering faith

_______________

For the next few months, I’m reading a chapter from the Gospels each day. This is part of the Summer in the Scriptures reading plan sponsored by the Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church. Click Here for the reading plan.

You’re most welcome to read along and to join the Facebook discussion group, Summer in the Scriptures. You don’t need to be a Methodist or attend a Methodist church. All are welcome and all means all.

As part of the Facebook group, I’ve been supplying prayers based on the day’s reading. Feel free to post your prayers and observations based on the readings here or there as well.

May the grace of the Gospels, the challenge, and the call, inspire us to great faith and great good works in Jesus’ name. – Lisa <

Prayer Prompts based on Luke 18 © 2020 Lisa Ann Moss Degrenia
You are welcome to use this work in a worship setting with proper attribution.
Please leave a comment for information and permission to publish this work in any form.

Prayer Prompts Based on Luke 17, the Healing of the Ten Lepers

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Prayer Prompts based on Luke 17:11-19
Jesus Cleanses Ten Lepers

Use one or more of the following prompts as you pray. Just finish the sentence again and again or use it as a springboard for your prayers. Share your prayer in the comments. What prayer prompt would you write? Share that as well.

Jesus, Master, have mercy on …

Mighty One, hear my cry for …

Jesus, cleanse me of …

Jesus, cleanse us of …

Generous One, receive my thanks for the small grace of …

Generous One, receive my thanks for the mighty grace of …

Jesus, I bow before your …

Jesus, I praise and adore you for …
 
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For the next few months, I’m reading a chapter from the Gospels each day. This is part of the Summer in the Scriptures reading plan sponsored by the Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church. Click Here for the reading plan.

You’re most welcome to read along and to join the Facebook discussion group, Summer in the Scriptures. You don’t need to be a Methodist or attend a Methodist church. All are welcome and all means all.

As part of the Facebook group, I’ve been supplying prayers based on the day’s reading. Feel free to post your prayers and observations based on the readings here or there as well.

May the grace of the Gospels, the challenge, and the call, inspire us to great faith and great good works in Jesus’ name. – Lisa <

Prayer Prompts based on Luke 17 © 2020 Lisa Ann Moss Degrenia
You are welcome to use this work in a worship setting with proper attribution.
Please leave a comment for information and permission to publish this work in any form.

Breath Prayers Based on Luke 15-16

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Breath Prayers based on Luke 15:1-7
The Parable of the Lost Sheep

Silently pray the phrase after IN on your breath in. Then silently pray the phrase after OUT on your breath out. Take your time. Breathe deeply. Choose one, a few, or all of them as is most helpful to you. ⁠

IN: Jesus, I’m listening
OUT:

IN: Heal my grumbling, Jesus
OUT:

IN: Good Shepherd
OUT: Find me

IN: Good Shepherd
OUT: Find ____________

IN: Good Shepherd
OUT: Carry me

IN: Good Shepherd
OUT: Carry ____________

IN: Let us rejoice
OUT:

Breath Prayers based on Luke 16:19-31
The Rich Man and Lazarus the Beggar

Silently pray the phrase after IN on your breath in. Then silently pray the phrase after OUT on your breath out. Take your time. Breathe deeply. Choose one, a few, or all of them as is most helpful to you.

Inspired by the Rich Man
IN: Help me see
OUT: And share my blessings

IN: Grant me
OUT: A glad and generous heart

IN: Reveal who I
OUT: Can help today

IN:
OUT: Help me help

IN:
OUT: Save me from me

IN:
OUT: Have mercy on me

Inspired by Lazarus the Beggar
IN:
OUT: Satisfy my hunger

IN: Heal me
OUT: Help me

IN: You are with me
OUT: I am not forgotten

Inspired by the conversation with Abraham
IN: My choices
OUT: Ripple through eternity

IN: Help me share your truth
OUT: While there’s time

IN: Lead me to
OUT: a faithful end

_______________

For the next few months, I’m reading a chapter from the Gospels each day. This is part of the Summer in the Scriptures reading plan sponsored by the Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church. Click Here for the reading plan.

You’re most welcome to read along and to join the Facebook discussion group, Summer in the Scriptures. You don’t need to be a Methodist or attend a Methodist church. All are welcome and all means all.

As part of the Facebook group, I’ve been supplying prayers based on the day’s reading. Feel free to post your prayers and observations based on the readings here or there as well.

May the grace of the Gospels, the challenge, and the call, inspire us to great faith and great good works in Jesus’ name. – Lisa <

Breath Prayers based on Luke 15-16 © 2020 Lisa Ann Moss Degrenia
You are welcome to use this work in a worship setting with proper attribution.
Please leave a comment for information and permission to publish this work in any form.