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 "Prayer is a harbor in the storms of life, an anchor for those who are storm-tossed, the treasure of the poor, the security of the rich, the healing of the sick, the preservation of health. Prayer banishes evil things, and preserves the good." St. John Chrysostom
"Prayer is by nature a dialog and a union with God. Its effect is to hold the world together. It achieves a reconciliation with God." St. John Climacus

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Through prayer that is sincere and heartfelt, through frequent and worthy reception of the Sacraments, through reading the words of the Lord and Apostles inscribed by the Holy Spirit on the pages of the Scriptures, "the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding will keep your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus." (Philippians 4:7) - (Adapted from the introduction to the Come to Me Prayer Book published by the American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese of Johnstown, PA )

The prayers provided here are for your spiritual edification, to assist you in your quest for spiritual growth and communion with God. They represent excerpts from the Come to Me Prayer Book of the American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese.

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"Rise from love of the world and love of pleasure. Put care aside, strip your mind, refuse your body. Prayer, after all, is a turning away from the world, visible and invisible. What have I in heaven? Nothing except simply to cling always to You in undistracted prayer. Wealth pleases some, glory others, possessions others, but what I want is to cling to God and to put the hopes of my dispassion in Him (cf. Ps. 72:25, 28)."
St. John Climacus
     "Be true to God always and in everything. If you say the prayer "Our Father..." pronounce each word sincerely, with reverence, fixing your mind and heart upon God alone, not paying attention to anything or anybody around you. If you say any other prayer, say it also with all your soul, not with your heart divided, not paying undue attention to anything or anybody."   St. John of Kronstadt

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