Sparks: 29

It is my intent to post an inspirational thought each Monday. It becomes my weekly meditation. I hope that perhaps it can feed another’s spirit as well. With that in mind and heart, I invited others to join me.

There is an obvious universal need for more positive energy. The negative energy in the world has become thick and oppressive. Social media has become a part of this dark, negative storm. But, we can change that.

I believe we are meant to be lights in this world. If we allow our light to shine, we can see where we are going. It is then that we can begin to truly see each other clearly. There is hope. Together, we can light up the entire world!

Prayer is a wonderful thing. It benefits the ones the prayer is for, as well as the one who is praying. Prayer brings one closer to God and His way. Prayer is the path and also the vehicle. Never stop praying. But, it should not end there. Actions are still needed to change the world.

How your hands can bring about a positive change is for you to decide. Be an advocate. There are letters to write, things to make, calls to place, and supplies to gather. Volunteer. There are babies to rock, mouths to feed, hands to hold, tears to dry. We can each do something. Use your gifts and your talents to change the world. Be the change.

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Sparks is open Monday through Friday each week. When joining, please post a positive quote, poem, or some inspirational words. Be creative but be positive! Please add the Sparks badge to your post so others can see it and find your Sparks. Then, link your post to ours here. And, shine, shine, shine!

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17 thoughts on “Sparks: 29

  1. Annie,

    Very powerful ‘Sparks’. Prayer is a wonderful tool but God has given us all a certain skills to help those in need. All it takes is to open one’s eyes and heart. Thanks for inspiring others to be a better person. Have a sparkletastic week, dear friend!

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  2. A beautiful Spark, Annie. How many times do we hear or say the words “You’re an answer to my prayer!” We are God’s ministering angels and are here to love and support one another. So often he works through us to help others. Have a beautiful week! Hugs! 😀

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  3. I do believe in prayers but this reminds me of the story of the man caught in the flood, God Will Save Me. After refusing all help from those who tried to rescue him, he drowned and asked God, Why didn’t you come to rescue me. God answered I sent you a car, a canoe, a motorboat and a helicopter, what more did you want?
    Hugs, Julia

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  5. Wow, this is a very powerful thought. Prayer can work wonders, but so can our own two hands. Thank you so much for sharing this with us, and for hosting this inspiring hop each week.

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  8. Hi Annie, I so agree with this spark – too many times I have seen people say they are praying for someone when they actually could have done something to help the situation. When people ask me what they can do to help someone with cancer, I always tell them that apart from just being a friend, to find something really practical to do that will help the person preserve their energy – cook meals for the freezer, mow their lawn, pickup groceries, etc.
    Have a lovely week.

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  10. My life has been nothing but hectic so I can’t even begin to catch up on my bloggy friend visits. I am happy to have made this one! Prayer is truly a gift we give ourselves and each other. Your photo is adorable and your words wise. It’s not enough just to say the words, we need to be the personification of support for others. xoxox

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