Category Archives: Lenten Prayer

Blot Out My Transgressions

It was back in 2011 that I was introduced to this Lenten prayer/hymn by an Orthodox friend.  I was immediately consumed by it’s beauty and truths. Sometimes admitting the truth about ourselves is painful and even embarrassing.  How can you … Continue reading

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Timely Thoughts

Taken  from “Letting God. Christian Mediatations for Recovery”, by  A. Philip Parham. Portion of the Mediatation for March 23rd. A Chinese tale tells the story of an old farmer and his only son. One night the old man’s horse escaped … Continue reading

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From The Archives

Pulled out from my 2011 archives….A Sung, Lenten Prayer Worth recycling. Even if you are not Christian…do yourself a favor and listen to this three-minute Orthodox Chant…..beautiful in it’s sonic quality and reverence.   Thanks again, John

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A Sung, Lenten Prayer

I realize and acknowledge that many of you you subscribe to and/or read this blog may not be Christian, but I have grown so fond of this prayer put to song, that I wanted to post it. Even if you … Continue reading

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