Arlington Interfaith Prayer Station and Spiritual Conversation “I Have Returned To Thee” – Sunday, Jan 26, 2014

“O God, my God! I have returned to Thee, and verily Thou art the the Ever-Forgiving, the Gracious.
(Bahá’i FaithBahá’u’lláh)

Dear friends!

What nurtures your soul? What makes your heart tender? Prayer, spiritual conversation, music, fellowship, tea poured in peace, refreshments shared with smile? Whatever the answer might be, sharing prayers and inspiration with friends gets us all closer to the Creator and recharges us for the week ahead.

I Have Returned To Thee - Jamey Heath

I Have Returned To Thee – Jamey Heath

Arlington Interfaith Prayer Station and Spiritual Conversation “I Have Returned To Thee”

This Sunday, January 26th, 2014, I invite you and your loves ones to an Interfaith Prayer Station and a Spiritual Conversation in Arlington on the theme “I Have Returned To Thee”. We’ll start at 7:30 pm with light refreshments followed by reading, at 8:00 pm, of selected Holy Writings and Prayers. I have many books of prayers from different faith traditions but if you wish, feel free to bring your own prayers or inspiring writings.

In addition to Holy Words, we shall uplift and refresh our souls with inspiring musical selections from my friend Jamey Heath’s newly released album “I Have Returned To Thee” and we’ll conclude with tea and sweets.

We’ll also say prayers for anyone in need, so if you can’t join us and would like to request prayers please contact me. Please let me know if you plan on coming so I can plan the refreshments!

Until then, enjoy this lovely song:

“Intone, O My servant, the verses of God that have been received by thee, as intoned by them who have drawn nigh unto Him, that the sweetness of thy melody may kindle thine own soul, and attract the hearts of all men. Whoso reciteth, in the privacy of his chamber, the verses revealed by God, the scattering angels of the Almighty shall scatter abroad the fragrance of the words uttered by his mouth, and shall cause the heart of every righteous man to throb. Though he may, at first, remain unaware of its effect, yet the virtue of the grace vouchsafed unto him must needs sooner or later exercise its influence upon his soul. Thus have the mysteries of the Revelation of God been decreed by virtue of the Will of Him Who is the Source of power and wisdom.
(Bahá’i FaithBahá’u’lláh, Gleanings from the Writings of Baha’u’llah, p. 294)

In His service,

Mitko

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