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Monday, February 21, 2011

Prayer Yields Results

Ferdinand Sy, Office In-charge of the Assistant Schools Division Superintendent of La Carlota City has composed a prayer for the grades three and six pupils of the 23 elementary schools in the Division of La Carlota City, who will take the National Achievement Test (NAT) this March 2 and 4 respectively.

Mr. Sy's prayer is so reflective of his sincere concern with those pupil-examinees. He wants to help them make good with their examinations. And this prayer is his manifestation on how he cares and loves those pupils in a simple and humble way of entreating the Lord for the blessings. He calls it -


I know prayer when it comes from the heart with real intent and with sincerity yields results. Prayer is the humblest way of putting away pride, acknowledging one's infirmities that no one is above all, merciful, loving and forgiving than the Lord Almighty.

24 comments:

  1. We pray for God's protection and guidance. Pray as our children go to school. Help them to remember To obey the Golden Rule. ^_^

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  2. This part is so true: "Ease my anxiety and nervousness
    and help me feel relaxed
    and confident in your abiding
    presence every moment of this day."

    I remember when I was a young'un, when I was about to take a major exam that I know will make or break my grades, I felt so anxious and nervous and all that butterfly feeling in your tummy... This part of the prayer will definitely help the students articulate a point that they will need help in

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  3. nakaka guilty naman mangopya, im sure effective ung prayer...teach kids early on values so that they may use it as they grow...

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  4. Amen!God hears our prayers wether small or big.wepray anytime,anywhere and everywhere as if we are just talking to God.i don't believe in memory parayer ,i say what I want say to Him.

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  5. I say AMEN to that! I agree, praying will really help, for GOD answers prayer! This should be practiced by all teachers or those who will facilitate an examination. God bless!

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  6. malake ang naitutulong ng prayers sa pang-araw-araw na buhay.sigurado nakatulong ito sa exam ng mga estudyante...

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  7. Sharing with you a link to a book of prayers I wrote and published.
    http://www.lulu.com/product/lulustudio-photo-book/prayers-from-ithaca/18584356

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  8. I may be not as religious as everyone, or a sin-free person, but I make sure that I pray to God everytime I feel thankful and sorry. I also pray to seek guidance and help. A personal prayer may be better but prayers that are familiar to everyone also helps.

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  9. I will be sharing this to my two sisters teaching in grade school. :) Of course, I will share this to my daughter as well. Thanks Sir Gil for posting this! God bless!

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  10. The prayer is nice but should not simply be recited. It should only be a guide and pray from the heart.

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  11. when you pray it should be with authority and not just i wish it would happen attitude. claim it and remind the Lord that he had said it on his words, and when our prayers are inline with his will, it will be granted. :)

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  12. I could have used this prayer while I was studying :) I hope some students online will see this too.

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  13. True. Prayer is the most powerful weapon in anything you will do. But of course, you should do your part too. Di naman iakw magiging successful ng kakadasal lang. Laging Kaakibat ng faith ang action. :)

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  14. Paryer is a beautiful way to communicate our thoughts to god. Thanks for sharing! All the best to you and your blog. Happy 2012.

    koreandoll | miss angel

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  15. Aww... That is such an admirable act and I say amen to this prayer. God bless these kids

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  16. The prayer was so warm. This prayer will surely guide the students in taking the NAT.
    Having a sincere prayer is the best before doing anything.

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  17. I'm sure God hears every single word. Have a Blessed New Year Sir Gil.

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  18. thank you very much for sharing this prayer! :) whenever I would take an exam I usually pray the novena then leave it all to HIM. if I pass I thank Him ...if I fail I thank Him still...I believe failure is God's way of resetting my way of dealing with a situation like study habits. :)

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  19. I love this! Thank you, Gil, for sharing Mr. Sy's prayer. I am going to print this out for my first-grader, that he finds reflection in this as a student ~ even if he isn't NAT level yet. :)

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  20. indeed. prayer changes things. the power of a prayer starts within the meditator himself - as his mind realizes what he actually is asking for. unknowingly, his actions might lead towards making that prayer come true. spiritual intervention of course would agree to provide what you are prayer for if you also are acting upon getting it

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  21. very nice prayer but do this in the US and you get sued in sharing the prayer for the students. hehe.

    Anyhow, i love the prayer made. it made me realize how one should be prepared for any exam so the prayer makes more sense.

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  22. Nice prayer. God always gives us what we need whenever we do really need it. He blesses us in so many ways that we only need to ask.

    This is surely one way to do it.

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