Our Beautiful Daughters Still At Home With Us
O God, our Eternal Father, as Thy servant I bow before Thee in prayer in behalf of these young people scattered over the earth who are gathered tonight in assemblies everywhere.
Please smile with favor upon them.
Please listen to them as they lift their voices in prayer unto Thee.
Please lead them gently by the hand in the direction they should follow.
Please help them to walk in paths of truth and righteousness and keep them from the evils of the world.
Bless them that they shall be happy at times and serious at times, that they may enjoy life and drink of its fullness.
Bless them that they may walk acceptably before Thee as Thy cherished sons and daughters.
Each is Thy child with capacity to do great and noble things.
Keep them on the high road that leads to achievement.
Save them from the mistakes that could destroy them.
If they have erred, forgive their trespasses and lead them back to ways of peace and progress.
For these blessings I humbly pray with gratitude for them and invoke Thy blessings upon them with love and affection, in the name of Him who carries the burdens of our sins, even the Lord Jesus Christ, amen.
Gordon B. Hinckley, “A Prophet’s Counsel and Prayer for Youth,” Ensign, Jan 2001,
We Thank Thee O God For A Prophet!
Posted by Unknown at Friday, November 20, 2009
Sam the Y.A.M
Y.our A.mes M.edia Network (Y.A.M.)This is a blog set up for the Ames Families in Boise, Nibley, Perry, St. George, and Arizona, to keep in touch better and see what is happening in the family. Email anything you want submitted to the Editor. Thank you. Sam
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