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WELCOME! I'm Lisa Bowman.
The Religion Network is an interfaith
website. Faith is a precious gift that
blesses. However you worship, I hope this site
enhances your journey.
Please check in daily for a moment or
two of inspiration. Become part of the
community by contributing a prayer or a
story of your faith journey. Let us meet
here and build a spiritual network.
If you'd like to know my personal story,
click on biography.
At the top of the Home Page:
--A prayer for protection: St. Augustine
Midway down the page:
--Hebrews 13:5--'I will not leave you'
--The Religion Network Giftshop
--Speakpage & Archives
--Ask Rabbi Mentz
For Prayer Warriors who scroll down:
--Jesus calms the sea
--Rebbe Schneerson--'G-d will protect you.'
And the Last Word: 'Lord, save me!'
When we allow G-d in, G-d tells us, "I am with you. I will protect you wherever you go." That
assurance becomes the source of the light that we see at the end of the tunnel. No matter how
daunting the challenge, whatever the enemy or the battle, when we connect to G-d, we have the
power to overcome and conquer anything and everything.
What shall we do with this power? Strengthening ourselves and our communities is the beginning,
but we must not stop there. We carry responsibility for the universe, and how we fulfill that respon-
sibility directly affects our personal security and survival.
To understand this requires that we understand the forces of history, and in moments of upheaval
we can at times distinguish the forces that shape our histories. The Bible reveals these forces on
an epic scale; contemporary crises of our own times are the modern echoes of those seminal events.
--'Toward a Meaningful Life, The Wisdom of the Rebbe Menachem Mendel Schneerson'
by Simon Jacobson, HarperCollins Publishers
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