A Little Treasury of Prayers
Walter C. Sutton
It is only a little thicker than a traditional tract, but it is packed from cover to
cover with prayers, prayers in the first person and prayers in the midst of life.
I have already been carrying it in my pocket, reminding me of who I am and who I serve,
and also have shared it with patients in my chaplaincy work.
While well organized both in format and theme, it is a booklet that enables you to
jump in right where you must, as the Spirit continues to jump in right where it will.
We experience this through these themes or collections of prayers:
callings, the Communion of Saints, creation, death and grief, family, forgiveness,
holidays, Holy Days, illness, offerings, prayers for others, prayers for whenever and
rest and renewal. This will become a very well used resource.