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In his new CD, Prayers of Hope and Healing, Liam Lawton combines selections from his popular book Twith his original melodies, newly orchestrated by Mark Cahill. The prayers and reflections included on this recording deal with many of life's recurrent themes—joy, sorrow, growing old, birth, death, and loss, to name but a few. Each of these prayers is an invitation to enter into the beauty of God's presence, encouraging the listener to persist in prayer beyond the final notes of each supplication into their own distinctive dialogue with God.

This CD makes a great gift for anyone in need of healing prayer. It is perfect for reflection in the different “sanctuaries” of our lives-places like the car, the office, or even amidst nature during a quiet walk or respite under a tree, a blanket of stars, or the sun-drenched sky. Reflect on one prayer everyday. Use them in prayer services, private devotions, public prayer, or small Christian communities.

Author and composer Lawton reads each reflection himself; his gentle delivery and rich vocal timbre breathe compassion and life into these expressive words of inspiration and hope—lighting a pathway to peace and shepherding the soul toward rest.

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    In his new CD, Prayers of Hope and Healing, Liam Lawton combines selections from his popular book Twith his original melodies, newly orchestrated by Mark Cahill. The prayers and reflections included on this recording deal with many of life's recurrent themes—joy, sorrow, growing old, birth, death, and loss, to name but a few. Each of these prayers is an invitation to enter into the beauty of God's presence, encouraging the listener to persist in prayer beyond the final notes of each supplication into their own distinctive dialogue with God.

    This CD makes a great gift for anyone in need of healing prayer. It is perfect for reflection in the different “sanctuaries” of our lives-places like the car, the office, or even amidst nature during a quiet walk or respite under a tree, a blanket of stars, or the sun-drenched sky. Reflect on one prayer everyday. Use them in prayer services, private devotions, public prayer, or small Christian communities.

    Author and composer Lawton reads each reflection himself; his gentle delivery and rich vocal timbre breathe compassion and life into these expressive words of inspiration and hope—lighting a pathway to peace and shepherding the soul toward rest.

    TRACKS INCLUDED ON ALBUM
    1 Introduction
    2 Prayer for Hope
    3 The Light of Day
    4 Prayer for the new morning
    5 Prayer of the Gardener
    6 Prayer of the Fisherman
    7 Prayer for a Musician
    8 The Light of Home
    9 A Father's Prayer
    10 A Mother's Prayer
    11 Prayer for Godparents
    12 Prayer to be a Good Neighbor
    13 The Light beyond the Dark
    14 Prayer on the death of a child
    15 Prayer of the refuge
    16 Prayer on the death of a loved one
    17 Prayer for broken relationship
    18 Prayer for the loss of a loved one to a suicide
    19 Prayer to the angel
    20 The Light within
    21 Prayer for calm
    22 Prayer for forgiveness
    23 Prayer to Jesus
    24 Prayer to Mary, Mother of Jesus
    25 Light of Hope
    26 Prayer for Nightfall
    27 Prayer at Christmas

    Prayers of Hope & Healing CD Narrated by Liam Lawton

    In his new CD, Prayers of Hope and Healing, Liam Lawton combines selections from his popular book Twith his original melodies, newly orchestrated by Mark Cahill. The prayers and reflections included on this recording deal with many of life's recurrent themes—joy, sorrow, growing old, birth, death, and loss, to name but a few. Each of these prayers is an invitation to enter into the beauty of God's presence, encouraging the listener to persist in prayer beyond the final notes of each supplication into their own distinctive dialogue with God.

    This CD makes a great gift for anyone in need of healing prayer. It is perfect for reflection in the different “sanctuaries” of our lives-places like the car, the office, or even amidst nature during a quiet walk or respite under a tree, a blanket of stars, or the sun-drenched sky. Reflect on one prayer everyday. Use them in prayer services, private devotions, public prayer, or small Christian communities.

    Author and composer Lawton reads each reflection himself; his gentle delivery and rich vocal timbre breathe compassion and life into these expressive words of inspiration and hope—lighting a pathway to peace and shepherding the soul toward rest.