May the Lord Bless You

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Peter Paul Rubens – Allegory on the Blessings of Peace – WGA20333 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Looking around, we can easily see the infinite blessings we receive every day. Sometimes, however, we get somewhat blind and only see the dark side of life, letting negativity take over. On such moments, in the midst of trials and struggles when everything seems meaningless and lost, we will only find peace of mind by praying or meditating.

So, today I pray to God for the end of our sufferings and ordeals, hoping that you too will pray along.

A Blessing

May the Lord bless you

and take care of you;

May the Lord be kind

and gracious to you;

May the Lord look on you

with favor and give you peace.

And the Lord said, ‘If they

pronounce my name

as a blessing on the people

of Israel, I will bless them.’

Numbers 6: 22-27

Now, tell me, aren’t you feeling better? Don’t you feel like things have improved in your life? I’m sure they have, as the act of praying enables us to reach out to the divine that inhabits our innerselves, which we often dismiss from our thoughts.



  1. I think you nailed it. Atheism is a self delusion.

    1. The discussion between believers and atheists is endless, but it’s important that more and more people get involved and become aware of the arguments of both sides. Thanks for commenting. God bless!

  2. Excellent prayer, thank you! I hope many are blessed from this 🙂

    1. Thank you for your time! I do appreciate it. God bless you and yours!

    1. Thank you so much for the pingback. God bless!

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