Which images in the Bible should we be praying for?
The first images of the day: a pair of cherubim from the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, and a picture of a woman with her child in the Garden of Eden.
The second image is a pair the Garden and a woman walking in a field in the Holy Land.
The third image is of a man holding a cross in his right hand and the Holy Spirit in his left.
The first image of the morning: a man, with two angels, holding the severed head of a goat, and two others holding an eagle, and the words “I AM BORN.”
The second image: a woman sitting on a throne surrounded by a cloud, with the words: “Hear my voice, O heavens, and earth, and all that is in them.”
The third picture: a large bird with a wing covering the top of its head, and several small birds circling around it.
The last picture is a lion, with wings on its back, holding an egg and a child, and an angel saying, “It is God who made the heavens and the earth, and breathed into them all breath of life.”
What we’re praying for: We’re praying that God will bring peace to the Middle East and bring peace in the world.
We’re praying the world will be more peaceful in the Middle West, as the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians has raged for decades.
The second part of this prayer is more symbolic, with an image of a rainbow of people on a hillside.
The next image is God’s blessing of the children of Israel and their families.
“I AM THE LORD, YOUR HOLY AND GIVING GIVEN LORD,” it says.
“YOU ARE THE LORD OF THE GIVINGS OF LIFE.
YOU HAVE BECOME THE LORD IN MY HEART.
I AM THE HONOR OF THE LORD.
I BEAR MY OWN GIANTS.”