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Saturday, April 1, 2017

Prince of Peace- Easter


#PrinceofPeace is the Easter campaign from Mormon.com. I’m not Mormon personally, but I have a lot of friends that are, and sharing is my business, so I wanted to share this great campaign with you.




So, my oldest daughter recently had surgery. Nothing major, but only her second time under general so there was some anxiety. I was raised Christian and taught to pray, so pray we did. We prayed for a good outcome from the surgery. The surgery ended and the Dr came out to talk to me. It wasn’t bad news, but wasn’t exactly what we were expecting. He was worried about some damage to some nerves that if it happened would affect Mya playing sports. We wouldn’t know until she woke up and the numbing meds wore off. After the Dr walked away, once again I prayed. Mya is a great basketball player, and at 14 basketball is one of the things she loves the most.




I know some don’t believe in prayer, but my family and I do. Don’t get me wrong, I also trust the skill of the Dr. Mathew 21:22 says “And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive.” Some of the meds started wearing off and thankfully no numbness in her palm, which indicated we were in the clear. To me, my family and close friends, it was an answer to prayers.



Besides Prayer there are 7 other core principles that are apart of #PrinceOfPeace. LDS Church believes that these will help you get peace in your life and draw you closer to Christ. These principles are:




  • April 11- Forgiveness
  • April 12- Repentance
  • April 13- Gratitude
  • April 14- Scripture
  • April 15- Prayer
  • April 16- Hope





For me praying isn’t just for me but also for others in my life. I pray for thanks and if I need guidance in my life. It depends on what is going on in my life and in the life of people I know.  
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13 comments:

  1. I pray every day. I am not an LDS but I am Christian and I strongly believe in the power of prayer.

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  2. Wishing you a wonderful Easter! :)

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  3. I'm happy your baby is ok and I pray too- every night although I keep saying I need to find other times during the day too.

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  4. Glad to hear you were touched by the power of prayer. My neighbors are Mormon and have introduced me to this campaign, which I think is wonderful!

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  5. Praying is quite powerful. It's not just a way to ask for guidance, but to thank God for all your blessing as well. For many, it's a source of strength and a way to let out what they feel and what their worries are.

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  6. Prayer is so powerful. I love the list you gave, all of those help us to be well-rounded individuals.

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  7. I admire your commitment to your faith. I try to believe and worship as much as possible. Have a happy Easter

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  8. Wishing you love and blessings for Easter

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  9. While we aren't Mormon either, my husband and I are Christians and pray often. I'm glad you were able to keep your faith in a trying time.

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  10. I very much believe in the power of prayer and am so happy of your daughter's positive outcome, a friend's son was recently in a head on car crash and I am praying for him, his name is Charles and I would appreciate prayer for him as well. I am a prayer warrior!

    Tracy @ Ascending Butterfly

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  11. I am so happy to read this post. I was hoping someone would write about the true meaning of Easter. Thank you for doing that. We are Catholics and we pray a lot. Prayer can do miraculous things. Just open your heart and let Jesus come in. That alone is a comforting thought that we are loved.

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  12. These readings are bound to bring us closer to God. I am a Catholic and I believe in the power of prayer too. I pray to give thanks, to ask forgiveness and to receive the grace that the Lord deems proper for my needs. Thank you for sharing this post. May you find new hope in the Resurrection of Christ.

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  13. Yes I watched the ad of prince of Peace have a great easter

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