A spiritual legacy of faith is one of the most important gifts we will ever give or receive, and prayer is usually part of that legacy. Today, my guest post is from Kathy Howard as she shares about a legacy of faith from her new book, Heirloom: Living and Leaving a Legacy of Faith.
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Recently, I asked readers on my Facebook profile page what their morning prayer for Monday would be. Their answers varied:
One year I bought a new plant called ornamental mustard. Beautiful leaves, pretty colors–different from anything I owned. I wasn’t sure where to plant it, but I knew we’d find a place for it. New plants always perk up the garden, especially in Fall, when some things are fading. I found a temporary spot on the back porch until I decided on its permanent home. But I forgot something vital about that plant.
Have you ever needed prayer for comfort? We all have, at one time or another. And we all know someone or have heard of others who desperately need peace and comfort in their lives right now.
Lessons from 9/11 still remind us that we will never be the same since that fateful day almost twenty years ago. But as we reflect on the anniversary of 9/11, here are at least ten simple, positive lessons we can still learn from this tragedy: