A prayer for Connecticut


Gracious and loving God,
you watch the ways of all of us
and the utter destruction of which our hands are capable – over and over again.

We implore you to weave goodness and grace
In the lives of those destroyed by senseless violence.

Surround those whose lives are shattered
with a sense of your present love.
Wrap them in the worn quilt of your compassion.
Though they are lost in grief,
May they find you and be comforted.



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About Kimberly Knight

Kimberly has a long history of back-pew sitting, Wednesday night supper eatin' and generally trying God’s patience since 1969. She's lucky enough to have made her technology addiction a career and serves as both the Director of Digital Strategy as a southern liberal arts college and Minister of Digital community with Extravagance UCC.

  • http://soullibertyfaith.com Sisterlisa

    Amen. Thank you for this tender prayer.

    • Kimberly Knight

      You are so very welcome. I pray it will be a millisecond of balm in the tragic expanse of grief we are all experiencing.