PassportPassport to Prayer – Lent 2016

Thursday – Mar. 3, 2016

Psalm 3:4: I cry out loud to the Lord, and he answers me from his holy mountain. Selah

In some translations of the Bible, the word “Selah” appears in some of the Psalms. A difficult Hebrew word to translate, it may be a musical notation which could mean something like, “stop and listen.” It could also indicate a musical interlude. It could also mean “forever.” Do you have a favorite word you like to use as you pray? A word that has special meaning to you? What phrases are especially meaningful to you? Build a prayer around these words.

We appreciate the wide range of words available to us as we pray, Almighty God. Thank you for giving us so many different ways to express ourselves. Certainly, you know what is on our heart as we pray. Amen.

Blessings –


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