Sarah Geringer

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Permission to Pray

Permission to Pray is an unedited prayer-poem I wrote in just five minutes. I hope this prayer-poem inspires you today.

Today’s post is based on the prompt for Five Minute Friday. Today’s prompt is “Permission,” and here is my prayer/poem.

Permission to Pray

Father God,

You are so gracious

to give me permission to pray

in any way necessary.

 

Through the veil torn

from top to bottom

you opened that door

to t

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