July 22, 2008

Once More

There are times when I begin writing what is prominent in thought, but may have no meaning to another. As I read back the last post I wondered myself, but I had also a moment of reliving what prompted me to write it in the first place. A conversation between a few people and the hidden hurt that lay buried in the moments of revelation from one. How do we truly know when to pray or not to pray for those who seem as if all is right in their life.

The Holy Spirit guides us to pray for one another for reasons that we will never know about. What we are to do is pray for healing, for conversion. What exactly does healing have to do with it. It is in the way of spiritual healing that opens the way to other healing. That which is most importantly that of love.

Well anyway it was a moment of clarity for myself in knowing that prayers are often what is prompted in moments of need for the need of others. Some days I know that it comes out wonderfully and other times it seems vague and mysterious. It's in those moments that I know that I have done his will and not mine.

2 Words of Wisdom:

Gabrielle said...

mc, I like the way you have expressed the idea that when things seem vague and mysterious, that's when you know you are doing God's will and not your own. It's the Holy Spirit's workings, and we just have to allow it and trust it, don't we.

Marie Cecile said...

That's for sure gabrielle. Trusting in his will and letting the Holy Spirit work through us.

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