Many of us have been there: Those long, cold nights where our minds just refuse to let us drift off into the comfort of sleep. Instead the pressures and stresses of our daily lives intrude upon the time when we are supposed to be most comfortable. While Prayers for Sleepless Nights
may not help readers actually fall asleep, it will give them a framework to do something constructive: create a personal relationship with God.
Each general topic in Prayers for Sleepless Nights
contains three or four prayers on specific issues. A Scripture quote provides an opportunity for reflection on the topic, and then readers are given space to turn their reflections into their own prayers to help them through the dark hours of the night — an informal part of their conversations with God.
- Bills, Bread and Boundaries
- Resentment and Anger
HELEN REICHERT LAMBIN has been wife, mother (of three), grandmother (of one), pet companion, and writer (all willingly), worker (willingly and otherwise), and widow (very unwillingly). The worker part has included secretarial, casework, program coordinator/event planner, and occasional film extra. She is the author of The Death of a Husband
, From Grief to Grace
, and short articles on transition, loss and travel. And she spends a lot of time awake.