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Prayers Anonymous

Dear Friend, I pray that you may enjoy good health and that all may go well with you, even as your soul is getting along well.  3 John 2 NIV

While I was rereading an article one day, I noted a tag: “Okay, boomer, okay.”

That was applicable since I’m in my senior years, but this boomer babe is doing okay. Barring all medical catastrophes, my boomer family and friends are doing okay also. I hope it stays that way. That is why someone wrote that line. We keep on keeping on.

Then I reread Third John in my Bible, a book worth rereading. On a larger scale, as worshippers, we are the members of Christianity today. We must all keep on keeping on. I hope we are all doing okay. We can pray that we enjoy good health, that all goes well with us, and that our souls do okay.  

Those are good things to pray for since we are members of prayers anonymous. These are our prayers of good intentions. Christians can believe that Jesus made a place for us and still is. We can dwell in a place where no one is ever alone. We should all keep on keeping on.

Even at my age, I seek to find my light and follow it. I am a face in the crowd, joining in prayers anonymous. We can keep on praying that all goes well and that our Christian faith keeps doing okay.

Keep on praying in prayers anonymous for God to bless us all.

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Julie Grenness

Julie Grenness is a former teacher and catechist who is now a writer of many online articles, mainly for baby boomers. She is also a caregiver for a geriatric and a part-time tutor and mentor of young Australians from many lands. She aims to be a woman of God and to walk humbly in the path of Jesus.