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Prayer of Self-Offering

Behold, He is risen and our risen Jesus is making all things new! We are provided a beautiful opportunity to be resurrected with Him. Please join me in praying the prayer below throughout the Easter season, asking the Lord to take all that we are and have been and to make us new in accord with His holy and perfect will:

Lord, I offer You all of me, all that I am and all that I am not. I offer You every good decision and every regrettable mistake, every great accomplishment and every missed opportunity, every divinely, inspired gift and every unapplied talent, every success and every miserable failure. I offer You all joy and all heartache, every kindness and every bitterness to be forgotten, every twinkle in my eye and every tear flowing down my cheek, every great love and each lost or irrecoverable act of charity.

I offer you every quiet reflective moment and all of the unneeded chaos around me, all things holy and good in me and all things in need of greater purification. I give You every joyful memory and every bitter pain, each future moment and every missed opportunity to love, every kind act and each regrettable harsh word, all meekness and humility within me and every misplaced prideful thought, every virtue and every weak vice, every laugh and all misery mixed with weeping.

I give You every healthy breath and every weakness of mind and body, every attempt at chastity and every unworthy lustful thought, every restful repose and every anxious, sleepless night. O Lord, You can have all of me, the beauty that You’ve deposited deep within me and the emptiness of my sinful faults. I love You and am Yours completely. Amen.

(Prayer by Pedro de la Cruz)

Denise (De) Yarrison guides women along the journey to spiritual and emotional healing, through inner healing coaching, deliverance prayer, and healing retreats. She is consistently awed at how very present our Lord is and has witnessed, again and again, the healing power of His deep Love for each one of us.

“I am humbled and privileged to walk alongside my sisters in Christ, to be invited into their stories and life experiences. I pray we will each know – really claim in our bones - how deeply, unconditionally, and extravagantly we are loved by God our Father. May we open ourselves to His love and allow it to change our lives!” – De

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