Praying about the environment

A collection of articles, comments, and discussions offering prayer about the environment.

Earth for Prayer Watch

The earth is the Lord's, and the fulness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein. (Psalm 24:1)

From The Christian Science Monitor

Water over the dam? A peaceful solution

Providing needed energy while preserving our rivers' habitats – prayer brings the inspiration needed to clear the confusion and find resolution. go

Dealing with drought

Even when facing a severe drought, we can expect to experience the abundance of God's care. go

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From the Christian Science Sentinel

Nature: Friend or foe?

Christian Science shows that we can progress beyond a sense of nature as being our physical foe to think of it as being spiritual, good, even sheltering and supportive. The understanding of nature as spiritual can protect us. go

Losing our fear of weather

After a tornado moved through his neighborhood, this writer prayer to overcome his fear of storms. As he gained a greater spiritual understanding of God, he found peace and protection. go

Sentinel Radio: Not victimized by the environment

Listen to several people share their thoughts, prayers, and experiences. go

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Sentinel Audio Chat

Climate change: How prayer can help

Noting that there are many different views of climate change, this speaker says that prayer can bring all of us together, no matter which side of the issue we are on. go

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Words of comfort

Mary Baker Eddy, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany. "Remember, thou canst be brought into no condition, be it ever so severe, where Love has not been before thee and where its tender lesson is not awaiting thee. Therefore despair not nor murmur, for that which seeketh to save, to heal, and to deliver, will guide thee, if thou seekest this guidance" (p. 149-150).

Hymn

Green pastures are before me,
Which yet I have not seen;
Bright skies will soon be o'er me,
Where darkest clouds have been.
My hope I cannot measure,
My path in life is free;
My Father has my treasure,
And He will walk with me.

(Anna L. Waring, Christian Science Hymnal, No. 148)