from My Prayer Book by Father Lasance
It is an old custom with the servants of God always to have some little prayers ready and to be darting them up to heaven frequently during the day, lifting their minds to God out of the filth of this world. He who adopts this plan will get great fruit with little pains. – Saint Philip Neri
The Habit of Prayer
The habit of prayer is no burden to anyone, for we can pray worthily at any time, in any place, and in any posture. Even the motion of the lips is not necessary; the mind and heart can be engaged in it while we read or converse or go about our daily work.
Moreover, prayer produces a delicious feeling of hope and rest in God; and this feeling is worth more than all the happiness that wealth can purchase or the world can give.
God respects not the arithmetic of our prayers, how many they are; nor the rhetoric of our prayers, how elegant they are; nor the music of our prayers, how melodious they are; nor the logic of our prayers, how methodical they are; but the sincerity of our prayers, how heart sprung they are. -Anonymous
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Good reminder. 🙂
Reblogged this on ceciliaborntwice and commented:
I must remember this!
That is my intent this year, to pray more often , this reminder was great timing for I started slacking again. Small but powerful posts like these are so helpful. Thanks Leane.