Altaring Time

This short article is a useful introduction to daily prayer.

It recommends starting regular prayer times with evening and morning, but it also mentions the references in the Gospels to early believers praying the Lord’s Prayer at fixed hours.

Set prayers such as the Lord’s Prayer, Biblical prayers and psalms and traditional or written prayers are particularly useful when you feel you can’t pray.

There are also links here to Celtic prayers from the communities at Iona and Northumbria.


One thought on “Altaring Time

  1. Reblogged this on Tregorlann Treasures and commented:

    Since Tregorlann is primarily a Prayer Ministry and we are keen for others to join us in praying for the village of Poundstock, Bude and revival in Cornwall, we would like to share this post and link to an article introducing daily set prayer.


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