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    Chapter One Why God Cares So Much

    Chapter Sample from new book 'Understanding God: Everyday Guide to a Stronger Faith' Release Date: November 15, 2019 My dad died when I was 12 years old. Before he died, our family life was centered around church life.

    Chapter One Why God Cares So Much

    Paul Lott

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    Chapter Sample from new book 'Understanding God: Everyday Guide to a Stronger Faith' Release Date: November 15, 2019

    My dad died when I was 12 years old. Before he died, our family life was centered around church life. There were a lot of things that I took for granted growing up. One of the things that I took for granted was my faith. In a way, it was not really my faith. It was my dad's faith that became my faith as a default setting for my young belief system.

    Christmas break had just ended. The first week back at school, I turned the corner to start walking the half block to my house to see an ambulance outside our house. We lived in a house attached to the church, so I assumed that someone had gotten sick during a church meeting with my dad. I didn't think much of it. When I reached the house, the ambulance as leaving. My mom was following it in the car. I learned from my sister that our dad had fallen severely ill. My dad was on his way to the hospital, and I was not really very concerned because, in my heart, I absolutely believed that whatever it was, God would fix it.

    Weeks passed with very little word from my parents about how much longer my dad would be in the hospital. It didn't take long for me to start to worry on my own. My dad had been my best friend for as long as I could remember. He talked a lot. His silence began to make me nervous. My mother, who had weathered many tough times raising eight children on a pastor's pay, caught my attention. My mom was a quiet but confident woman in every situation I could remember. She never seemed vulnerable before, but now my mom had become vulnerable. She looked sad and worried all the time. Almost daily, she would tell us that dad was going to be ok as if she was really trying to convince herself.

    The next six months was a long goodbye. We learned soon that it was cancer and that my dad would not likely beat it. No one actually said the words, but my mother's grief made it clear. I traveled with her a lot from cancer center to cancer center over that next six months. I was afraid of a life without him. Those six months were a trial of faith. I begged God to save him. I asked that the cancer be miraculously healed. In May of that year (1978) was the homecoming/anniversary of my dad's church. My dad wanted to preach what he thought would be his last sermon. In the days approaching the homecoming, he actually got better. In fact, he seemed to be healing. He was weak, but he started smiling. I felt like God was answering my prayers and the hope in my heart grew into joy as I thought I could see my miracle coming. I told myself that the only thing that could ruin my miracle was to doubt in the certainty of the miracle.

    Just before homecoming Sunday, my dad asked me to share the pulpit with him. He was still weak from being bedridden for so many months. I was to run the service while my dad would preach the sermon. I was nervous and excited. I was nervous about running the service leading the prayers, reading, and songs. I was excited that I had my dad back, and he had asked me to serve with him.

    The service did not disappoint. My dad gave a powerful sermon with a voice and authority I had never heard before. He was joyful and determined. I fought past my nervousness and did my part. I loved every minute. But, that excitement was short-lived. After the service was concluded, he collapsed and was taken back to the hospital. I was crushed but found comfort in the fact that he was smiling. He told me he would hang on for a little longer, but he had to go. I was overcome with grief and disappointment. I wanted God to say to me why I could not have my dad back. That night I sat in a closest in an empty room on the third floor of the church house and sobbed for hours while praying and begging. My spirit was broken. A deep sadness entered my heart that day. It would remain with me for years to come.

    The next month would move pretty quickly, or at least it seemed to. I was at my dad's side, often sleeping at his bedside. As he grew weaker and money for nurses ran low, I would help out feeding him liquid food through a tube. Sometimes when the tube was not in, he could talk. He would tell me about mom, give me advice, and relive old memories. He reminded me that I was special to him and that he appreciated the time I had spent with him and traveling with mom. It was a long goodbye; a goodbye that left me with mixed feelings. At times, I felt fortunate to have what I had of him. When he slept, I was overcome with tears.

    True to his character, my dad talked about God and how I needed to look to Him for strength. He said he regretted having to leave, but that God would take care of me and the others. He did not want me ever to lose faith. He did not ever want me to blame God. And, he was convinced that my life would be a good one if I did not lose faith. He came in and out of comas all month. I read the Bible to him and sang his favorite songs. I never stopped begging God to give him back to me. On June 28, 1978, after my mother's sister arrived from Chicago, he died, and my hopes of healing died with him. I had started writing poems to express my feelings because I didn't feel I had anyone I could talk to about them. One of the first poems was called "The Day My Father Died," and it reads:

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    Prayers for Peace

    Prayers for Peace

    Prayers for Peace

    First celebrated in 1982, The International Day of Peace is a United Nations-sanctioned observance on September 21 is dedicated to world peace, specifically the absence of war and violence.

    Click here for Prayers for Peace in the Middle East

    Prayers

    Prayer for the Decade of Nonviolence

    A Prayer for Peace

    A Prayer for World Peace, 1978

    Prayer for Serenity

    For Courage to do Justice

    Prayer for Peace in the

    Middle East

    Prayer for a World Where Hope Seems Dim

    Buddhist Prayer for Peace

    Baha'i Prayer for Peace

    Christian Prayer for Peace

    Hindu Prayer for Peace

    Jainist Prayer for Peace

    Jewish Prayer for Peace

    Muslim Prayer for Peace

    Native African Prayer for Peace

    Native American Prayer for Peace

    Shinto Prayer for Peace

    Sikh Prayer for Peace

    Sufi Prayer for Peace

    Zoroastrian Prayer for Peace

    Micah 4:1-5

    Baha'i Prayer for Humankind

    We Are One With You

    Prayer of St. Francis

    Prayer for Peace

    Prayer for Justice and Peace

    Litany of Peace A Prayer for Peace God of Peace Everlasting Peace

    A Hindu Peace Prayer

    See Also

    Peace in the Middle East Prayers

    Service Prayers

    Love and Care Prayers

    On This Day....

    Mend a quarrel

    Search out a forgotten friend

    Dismiss suspicion and replace it with trust

    Write a love letter

    Share some treasures

    Give a soft answer Encourage youth

    Manifest your loyalty in a word or deed

    Keep a promise Find the time Forego a grudge Forgive an enemy Listen

    Apologize if you were wrong

    Try to understand Flout envy

    Examine your demands on others

    Think first of someone else

    Appreciate, be kind, be gentle

    Laugh a little more.

    Deserve confidence

    Take up arms against malice

    Decry complacency

    Express your gratitude

    Worship your God

    Gladden the heart of a child

    Take pleasure in the beauty and wonder of the earth

    Speak your love Speak it again

    Speak it still again

    Speak it still once again....

    ~ Author Unknown

    Lead Us

    Lord,

    Lead us from death to life,

    From falsehood to truth.

    Lead us from despair to hope,

    from fear to trust.

    Let peace fill our hearts, our world and our universe.

    Let us dream together, pray together and work together,

    To build one world of peace and justice for all.

    Author unknown

    - it is thought to be either an adaptation of a Hindu prayer or of a hymn. The first time that it was known to be publicly spoken was by Mother Teresa in 1981.

      Prayer for the Decade of Nonviolence

    I bow to the sacred in all creation.

    May my sprit fill the world with beauty and wonder.

    May my mind seek truth with humility and openness.

    May my heart forgive without limit.

    May my love for friend, enemy, and outcast be without measure.

    May my needs be few and my living simple.

    May my actions bear witness to the suffereing of others.

    May my hands never harm a living being.

    May my steps stay on the journey of justice.

    May my tongue speak for those who are poor without fear of the powerful.

    May my prayers rise with patient discontent until no child is hungry.

    May my life's work be a passion for peace and nonviolence.

    May my soul rejoice in the present moment.

    May my imagination overcome death and despair with new possiblilty.

    And may I risk reputation, comfort, and security to bring this hope to the children.

    - Mary Lou Kownacki, OSB

    A Prayer for Peace

    We are moulded, each one of us,

    in the image of God,

    and within our souls there is a fingerprint

    none can erase.

    We pray for those who have no regard

    for anyone but self,

    who put no value on human life.

    For nations and individuals who abuse and kill.

    We are not called to be judge or jury,

    but we are called to be agents of change,

    and if the butterfly that flaps its wings

    should be our attitude to others

    then so be it, Lord,

    and may the hurricane this generates

    somewhere within the world

    reach into the hearts and souls of those

    for whom we pray, and reveal to them

    how precious are those

    for whom they have no love,

    and how precious are they

    who now bring tears to the eyes of God.

    - John Birch

    As found on: https://www.faithandworship.com/prayers_peace.htm

    A Prayer for World Peace, 1978

    We pray for the power to be gentle;

    the strength to be forgiving;

    the patience to be understanding;

    and the endurance to accept the consequences

    of holding on to what we believe to be right.

    May we put our trust in the power of good to overcome evil

    and the power of love to overcome hatred.

    We pray for the vision to see and the faith to believe

    in a world emancipated from violence,

    a new world where fear shall no longer lead men or women to commit injustice,

    nor selfishness make them bring suffering to others.

    Help us to devote our whole life and thought and energy

    to the task of making peace,

    praying always for the inspiration and the power

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    Hindi Translation of “phrase”

    Hindi Translation of “phrase” | The official Collins English-Hindi Dictionary online. Over 100,000 Hindi translations of English words and phrases.

    phrase /freɪz फ़्रेइज़्/

    Word forms: phrases, phrasing, phrased

    1. COUNTABLE NOUN

    A phrase is a short group of words that are used as a unit and whose meaning is not always obvious from the words contained in it.

    पदबन्ध mnवाक्यांश mn

    2. TRANSITIVE VERB

    If you phrase something in a particular way, you say or write it in that way.

    शब्द देनाव्यक्त करना

    Try to phrase the question differently.

    3. PHRASE

    If someone has a particular turn of phrase, they have a particular way of saying or writing something.

    कहने का ढंगव्यक्त करने का ढंग

    My grandmother's stories were good; she had a nice turn of phrase.

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    They studied thousands of volunteers and found their favourites all had long and detailed musical phrases.

    The Sun (2011)

    Freedom of speech is not the right to speak bland and uncontroversial phrases about people.

    Times, Sunday Times (2011)

    Insider trading could be one phrase for that.

    Times, Sunday Times (2014)

    The exams were sometimes confusing with the way they phrased the questions.

    Times, Sunday Times (2016)

    Translation of the outline into a draft consists of taking the rough outline and putting it into phrases and sentences.

    Pressley, Michael & McCormick, Christine Advanced Educational Psychology For Educators, Researchers and Policymakers, (1995)

    He coined a phrase which continues to epitomise the theological way in which to understand the fact of an evolutionary world.

    Times, Sunday Times (2008)

    B. Use commas to set off long introductory phrases and clauses.

    Marius, Richard A Short Guide to Writing About History (1995)

    His secret is simple and expressed in a phrase he often uses: make your players feel important.

    Times, Sunday Times (2014)

    Employers can look at the stresses in a particular job and phrase interview questions so that they get the best person for the job.

    Times, Sunday Times (2007)

    I asked the question again, phrased differently.

    Times, Sunday Times (2011)

    Example sentences from Collins dictionaries

    ...the latest buzz phrase in garden design circles.

    Fifty local musicians have, to coin a phrase, banded together to form the Jazz Umbrella.

    a verb phrase

    ...the American phrase 'laying an egg' meaning to fail at something.

    a neat turn of phrase

    The phrase `cosmic ray' was coined by R. A. Millikan in 1925.

    It is impossible to hypnotise someone simply by saying a particular word or phrase.

    a stock phrase

    his felicity of word and phrase

    A phrase jumped out at me in a piece about copyright.

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