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Lenten Prayer Practice – Day Thirty

Lenten Prayer Practice – Day Thirty 150 150 Nicole

If you God would count all our wrongs, who could #stand? #grace

Holy Trinity, center me now that I may notice Your creative intention, nest in the broad, safe space of Your presence, and intentionally nurture another with the same. 

 What word or phrase do I notice on which I may center:

Psalm 130 From the depths of despair, O Lord, I call for your help.

Hear my cry, O Lord. Pay attention to my prayer.

Lord, if you kept a record of our sins, who, O Lord, could ever survive?

But you offer forgiveness that we might learn to fear you.

I am counting on the Lord; yes, I am counting on him. I have put my hope in his word.

I long for the Lord more than sentries long for the dawn, yes, more than sentries long for the dawn.

O Israel, hope in the Lord; or with the Lord there is unfailing love. His redemption overflows.

He himself will redeem Israel from every kind of sin. [NLT]

Line the nest of God’s presence with this prayer for _______ and myself:

 Holy God, thank you, hearing my cries to you. Holy Spirit, thank you, for paying attention to the prayers of _______. Help me to trust your mindful attention of me more fully. Jesus, give ________ a real sense of hope today. Help ________ give your hope to someone who really needs it today. Amen.

 How will I intentionally nurture ________ today:


PRACTICE (Lectio Divina)

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  • What and where is that structure? Beautiful, as is this psalm. Now I have to find the song. 😉

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Nicole Oliver Snyder’s expertise lies in the areas of leadership, gender issues, and mindfulness practice as it affects both. Leadership, particularly in an urban setting, requires community-relations skills, and an ability to clearly convey justice issues as they relate to felt, spiritual ones. Dr. Snyder is author of Leading Together: Mindfulness and the Gender Neutral Zone, and specializes in teaching mindfulness leadership development, formative spirituality, counseling, and Old Testament theology (emphasis on justice issues). She has a diverse background in international community-relations work combined with volunteer work in multi-ethnic communities, and with local institutions. She is an ordained Clergy; holds a BS in Human Development and Family Studies, w/Education Certificate, an MA-Counseling, MDiv Equiv., holds a Doctor of Ministry and Advanced Certification in Formative Spiritual Direction, and is a Licensed Professional Counselor (CO, MI).

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