Sunday, March 19: “The Prayer of Surrender”
Much of our teaching and practice of prayer in Unity is directive, meaning that we use the power of our word to direct divine creative energy towards specific desired outcomes. There is another powerful prayer that is receptive. In those times when we may not know what we need or want or which way to go, we can surrender to God’s love. We can allow divine wisdom to guide us through whatever the current situation is, trusting that the highest outcome for all concerned will be revealed. It’s a prayer of great faith. We let go and we let God, and miracles we never even knew to pray for occur.
March Sunday Talk Theme: The Power of Prayer
Prayer has always been central to our Unity teachings and traditions. As a matter of fact, the great contribution of the New Thought Movement to the spiritual traditions of the world is our practice of affirmative prayer. It offers us a way of praying, not to a God somewhere off in heaven, but from the presence of the indwelling Christ. For this series, Rev. Michael will explore this most powerful prayer, as well as others that move us into greater depth in our spiritual journey and in our conscious connection with God.
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