Reminder Prayer

Prayer courtesy one of my beloved wound nurses! Great reminder to have posted above one super busy nurse’s desk.

Update: In response to the comments about God’s grace, I am adding a rendition of “Amazing Grace” performed by Celtic Woman for you to enjoy and reflect upon God’s grace in your life.  I have never had the pleasure of seeing them perform in person, but this is beautiful and includes bagpipes too!

Source: Uploaded on Nov 28, 2009, Music video by Celtic Woman performing Amazing Grace.

And I’m also adding this picture (blurry, I know…I was so excited to read it that I couldn’t hold still!) from Rayna’s poster this past weekend at the Valley Parish Nurses 25th Anniversary Celebration!

Rayna's Quote

About courtholmes

Nurse Practitioner, Faith Community Nurse, Parish Nurse, Certified Wound Specialist, DNP Student at Quinnipiac University, Social Media Enthusiast... Passionate about integrating faith and health! CT Faith Community Nurses on Twitter @CTFCN

Posted on October 22, 2014, in Prayer, Spiritual and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. While I was getting my Masters in Integrative Health and Healing through the Graduate Institute we had an assignment that encouraged us to meditate on work that we are passionate about. I called it my “Soul Stamp”. During a prayerful moment these words touched my heart:
    “I will trust in the path You have set forth for me to guide others and heal.”
    When you read this keep in mind that it reflects not only helping/healing others through guidance from the Lord but it resonates that the healing process for personal healing is also available through trusting God and self. I think it is not selfish to trust in self….through the Lord’s grace we are able to trust in Him and ultimately self!


  2. I hear what you are saying, and I love your “soul stamp” idea. I feel as though I now understand what is meant by “God’s grace,” and it came about through completely trusting God to guide my life. I once was lost, but now am found, as the famous hymn proclaims. When I doubt my self-direction, I pray for God to show me the way. Then the most amazing and exciting things present themselves to me! “God’s grace” describes the indescribable in my life, and yes, I do think this grace also allows me to trust myself more. Trusting God in this way has led to a considerable amount of personal healing that then overflows to healing others as well. So Amazing indeed! Thanks for sharing your beautiful quote!


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