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Here’s a creativity prayer I wrote for a creativity presentation I presented several years ago. Invest a few moments today with this creativity prayer. Use it to ask for a potentially new creative force in your life to help enliven and inspire others with your creativity. – Mike Brown

Lord,

Thank you for creation itself and the incredible gifts and talents you so generously entrust to me. May I appreciate and develop these talents, always recognizing that they come from you and remain yours.

Guide me in using them for the benefit of everyone that I touch, so that they may be more aware of your creative presence and develop the creativity entrusted to them for the good of others.

Help me also to use your talents to bring a creative spark and new possibilities to your world, living out my call to be an integral part of your creative force. Amen.

 

“A Creativity Prayer” Copyright 2008, Mike Brown

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6 Responses to “A Creativity Prayer – When You Need a New Creative Force”

  1. krissy knox says:

    Love this prayer. Love your blog. So much so that I just subscribed to your RSS feed, first time here! I love your spirituality, and I love your creativity. Will be back!

    krissy knox 🙂
    my main blog: Sometimes I Think
    Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/iamkrissy

  2. krissy knox says:

    One more thing I forgot to mention. I’m following you on Twitter, b/c you are so positive!

    krissy knox 🙂
    my main blog: Sometimes I Think
    Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/iamkrissy

  3. Mike Brown says:

    Krissy – so glad you enjoyed the prayer and have signed up on RSS. Please visit and offer comments as you have them!

    Mike

  4. Mike Brown says:

    BTW – One reader called today to ask what I was giving up for Lent. One of the main things is going online before 6:30 a.m. mass in the morning. It’s intended to help me focus more on mass than thinking about work, and to get to mass earlier to spend some time in prayer.

    Mike

  5. Vince Koehler says:

    This is great! Thanks for sharing this prayer and encouraging a healthy integration of faith and work. Too often we separte the two, and its refreshing to see this come back into business.

    Great stuff!

  6. Marissa Miller says:

    A great prayer. Thanks for Tweeting this to me, Mike.