Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Prayer for the Unemployed

Dear Father in Heaven, and all the Saints who are known to help those in most need, especially Saint Joseph, Saint Jude, Saint Anthony, Saint Therese, and Saint Josemaria, we humbly beg you to hear our cries for help to provide work and income for those among us who need just those things, patience and loving trust in your Divine Providence for those who must wait for these things to come, and strength, creativity, inspiration, guidance, and energy for those who must search and struggle to find these things. We trust in Your desire to answer our prayers as quickly as possible; we believe in Your holy promise to provide daily bread, and we ask you to respond mercifully to so many prayers, from so many of us, for our brothers and sisters in need. Thank you. We love you. Amen.

~ Via Catholic City.


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6 comments:

Rosemary Bogdan said...

Amen to this prayer! May the Lord provide!

EbethW said...

Jean!! How beautiful, and timely! Our son, Marshall, is unemployed and newly married! It has been 3 months and still no prospects.

Thanks for the prayer, I'll post it on the pillars too...if you don't mind!

Hugs!
Ebeth

Jean M. Heimann said...

Thanks, Rosemary and Ebeth!

I would be honored if you posted it on the pillars, Ebeth!

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Jim White said...

As a Roman Catholic I have been warned to avoid Devotions which were not Christ Centered. The Centering Prayer movement within the Catholic Chuch is suspect on these grounds...as is the prayer for the unemployed above. To leave Christ out of this prayer is a little too New Age for me. Be careful! Christ must always be at the center of our Faith.
Jim White

avin said...

Please do pray for me my dear friends .... I am in need of ur prayers...