I wrote to my Spiritual Director of how I started to write the prayer...
September 13-14, 2012
I was supposed to write a prayer for 12 Fruits of the Holy Spirit and something happened to the monitor and the highlighted words that I started with the 12 Fruits prayer was in front of the “Gifts of the Holy Spirit”, I pressed “Delete” so the highlighted words are deleted then I thought, it mean something so I looked at it and thought that God wants me to write a prayer of the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit so I did yesterday for the pre-write and finished it the next day or today erasing unnecessary words and wrote to you. God or Fr. Christ wants me to write prayers, with “Father” or (“Fr.” For short) in it and turn it in to Poetry soup because I’m a Lifetime member there with “517Jacqueline” user name. I thought He gave me mycatholicsource.com to turn in the information to poetry because that’s what He wanted when He said in my vision that He said things in Parables and He told me, to say things in poetry. I spent every day for 2 months turning the letters I’m receiving from E.W.T.N. or Catholic Charities and joined the poetry contest but it never won because they’re not aware with the Light of God yet, I’m saddened and prayed for those people to one day have the Gifts, Fruits and Virtues of the Holy Spirit. Love yah…
Below is the poem entitled 7 Gifts of the Holy Spirit Prayer which was written by poet
Mendoza. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.
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Jacqueline R. Mendoza
Stretch our mind/s with deep understanding of Wisdom
To obtain positive understanding with every complications
Counsel us with guidelines in our work
Give us Fortitude, strength, Patience and Tolerance to finish in peace successfully
Deliver knowledge in our mind/s
For us to receive Piety, goodness and devoutness to get satisfaction
With Holy Fear of the Lord-God, I/we ask in the name of Father Christ Jesus to be with us now and forever.
People can change the “our” to “their”, “him” or “his” when praying for others.