Udiah (witness to Yah)

Rookie - 7 Points (1959 / USA)

Prayer for a Clear Mind


Almighty Father who is in Heaven
We Your children pray,
To reduce all toxins in our midst
And relieve our stress today.
Many factors can affect our minds
Both organic and man-made kinds,
Nickel, Chrome and Cobalt salts
Leave rashes behind for signs.
Inhaled, ingested or skin absorbed
Remove the toxins first,
Then natural healing can begin
With treatment for the worst.
Lord, You are my Rock and Fortress
In all my troubled times,
My Deliverer and Salvation
I trust to avenge all crimes.
Grant to those who wish to help
Wisdom so they may see,
That it’s Your natural common sense
That truly sets man free.
For those that seek the help of man
Which may hinder us on Thy Way,
Give to them that help they seek for us
And guide them to a brand new day.

We place all judgment in Your Hands
As we ask this in Jesus Holy Name … Amen

Submitted: Tuesday, December 31, 2013

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Many work place and environmental toxins can affect our minds. Oils, solvents, metals, poisons, as well as drugs can play havoc with a clear mind. One has to remove these toxins to free up our minds before relying on medication to improve our thinking.

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