Horarium

Some call this the daily office of prayer, but that sounds too church-ish to me, too formal, too demanding. Daily prayer should not be a structured practice, but it should be one that is done daily from the heart. . . without restrictions or structure. My daily practice in prayer is listening, listening for God to listen to me. My prayers are responses from God who begins the conversation. Prayer is a two-way conversation that is ongoing for my lifetime; one that God always begins. I am humbled by this closeness; I am blessed with peace, fellowship, and spiritual abundance. My Horarium begins each day with a new life in God’s eternal presence.

© Russell Kendall Carter

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