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Light Thoughts from the Prayer Team

The Riches Of Christ Are Mine by R. H. Grenville
TODAY I am healed of the thought of limitation, and my healing is complete. GOOD fills my consciousness to overflowing and through me, blesses and prospers my world.
I can be, and am, generous with the good that comes to me, for the riches of Christ are my resource. I go directly to the Source, and that Source never fails me.
The riches of Christ are mathematically exact. They can be added to anything and everything in my experience to provide greater happiness, prosperity and success. The riches of Christ can be divided and shared with others, yet never depleted. The more I give of the riches of Christ, the more I have to use and enjoy.
The riches of Christ can be multiplied to cover every need, provide for any emergency, and discharge every financial obligation. They are everywhere negotiable and instantly convertible to meet all the needs of God’s children.
My soul expands in the consciousness of plenty. It sings a new song, a song of abundant good. I rejoice and give thanks that the riches of Christ are mine.

Dedication by Warren Meyer
Today I shall appreciate everything that takes place in my life. Nothing will be too minute for me to appreciate. I shall give thanks for all of the elements of earth. They willingly share themselves so that I might express good. A constant flow of gratitude goes to all people everywhere. They are part of a mighty economy of blessings. Joyfully I greet all events and circumstances. They are teachers from which I learn so much. Appreciation gives me new dimensions in living. It involves me with the best in all.



Prayer is not asking. It is a longing of the soul. It is daily admission of one's weakness.
It is better in prayer to have a heart without words than words without a heart.

~ Mahatma Gandhi