Prayers For All Humanity

Humanity is a term which commonly refers to the human species, mankind as a whole, or sets of qualities which are used to define human nature, the human condition, or to refer to any of the academic disciplines known as the humanities which study human culture.


O God,
I lift my heart to thee
And I pray for the people of all nations,
Irrespective of race, colour or creed.
I realize they are all thy servants,
And I therefore link them up together in my heart
And my prayers as such.

I pray for the disquited souls of man,
Both discarnate and incarnate.
I pray for those who are sorrowful and lonely;
For the unloved;
For those who feel themselves unwanted;
For those broken by life;
I pray, O Lord, for ALL humanity.

I pray for those in prisons,
Those in asylums;
Those who are bedridden at home or in a hospital;
Those who are hungry;
Those who have a terminal illness;
I pray for all of the caregivers who tend the sick,
And I pray for all of the families of these people
Asking that they be given the strength,
Endurance,
Resourcefulness
And upliftment to continue their quest.

I ask thy care of those on battlefields of the world
Who at the call of duty are now away from loved ones,
On land, on sea and in the air.

I pray for those who mourn the loss of dear ones
Who are preparing for their transition
Or have passed on from the physical life.
Be with them, O Lord,
And bring them the knowledge
That there is no death –
That life goes on forever.
And, I would ask that I myself may be a pure channel
To give forth thy love to one another.

I pray that thy blessings
And thy joy may rest upon the world
In the coming of peace to all of Your servants.

Amen.


“Therefore I exhort first of all that supplication, prayers, intercessions and giving of thanks be made for all men, for kings and all who are in authority, that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and reverence” (1 Timothy 2:1, 2).


Prayer for All of Humanity

Bless us all, 0 Lord, we pray, for loved ones, here and near, and far away. And everyone for whom we pray. Keep us safe each night and day, the homeless who have no place to stay. Those who are suffering in any way. The dying, those mourning or grieving and all who need God’s mercy. Keep us safe, Heavenly Father, when we are at home, or travelling on our way, or when we are vulnerable, or in danger in any way. Most merciful Father, hear us as we pray for the souls in Purgatory, or who may be sent there some day.

— Beliefnet member LadyLovelyBug


Prayer for All of Humanity

Bless us all, O Lord, we pray, 
for loved ones, here and near, and far away. 
And everyone for whom we pray. 
Keep us safe each night and day, 
the homeless who have no place to stay. 
Those who are suffering in any way. 
The dying, those mourning or grieving 
and all who need God’s mercy. 
Keep us safe, Heavenly Father, 
when we are at home, 
or travelling on our way, 
or when we are vulnerable, 
or in danger in any way. 
Most merciful Father, 
hear us as we pray for the souls in Purgatory, 
or who may be sent there some day.


Dear God of All Humanity,

We ask that you empower us to be
ambassadors of your love and wisdom
to all the peoples of the earth.

We know that, with your grace,
we can disrupt the cycle of pain and suffering
visited upon your children — including those who
appear to be agents of hate and intolerance
but who are, in fact, victims of suffering as well.

To remedy our imbalance, we ask that you
give us the strength and courage to act
as one family deserving of your mercy so that
peace and unity may be realized in our lifetimes.

We ask this in your name. Amen.

— a universal prayer – vince milum


Prayers For All HumanityBaha’i World Faith Prayer for Humanity

O Thou compassionate Lord, Thou Who art generous and able! We are servants of Thine sheltered beneath Thy providence. Cast Thy glance of favor upon us. Give light to our eyes, hearing to our ears, and understanding and love to our hearts. Render our souls joyous and happy through Thy glad tidings. O Lord! Point out to us the pathway of Thy kingdom and resuscitate all of us through the breaths of the Holy Spirit. Bestow upon us life everlasting and confer upon us never-ending honor. Unify mankind and illumine the world of humanity. May we all follow Thy pathway, long for Thy good pleasure and seek the mysteries of Thy kingdom. O God! Unite us and connect our hearts with Thy indissoluble bond. Verily, Thou art the giver, Thou art the Kind One and Thou art the Almighty.


Baha’i prayer for Humanity

O Thou kind Lord! Unite all. Let the religions agree and make the nations one, so that they may see each other as one family and the whole earth as one home. May they all live together in perfect harmony.

O God! Raise aloft the banner of the oneness of mankind.

O God! Establish the Most Great Peace. Cement Thou, O God, the hearts together.

O Thou kind Father, God! Gladden our hearts through the fragrance of Thy love. Brighten our eyes through the Light of Thy Guidance. Delight our ears with the melody of Thy Word, and shelter us all in the Strong-hold of Thy Providence.


Prayer for All of Humanity

Bless us all, O Lord, we pray, for loved ones, here and near, and far away.
And everyone for whom we pray.
Keep us safe each night and day, the homeless who have no place to stay.
Those who are suffering in any way.
The dying, those mourning or grieving and all who need God’s mercy.
Keep us safe, Heavenly Father, when we are at home, or traveling on our way, or when we are vulnerable, or in danger in any way.
Most merciful Father, hear us as we pray for the souls in Purgatory, or who may be sent there some day.


Prayer for Humanity

My prayer is for human rights and dignity for all, under the care of God. 
I pray for all leaders of governments and the United Nations to surrender to God to be their wisdom and authority in all decisions to lead humanity towards redemption. 
To follow God’s word to be stewards of this Earth for all.

by Laurie Short, (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada )


Prayer for All of Humanity

God the Holy Spirit

Remove from us all desire for more money and possessions and cease our relentless quest for comforts that we do not need.

Make us aware of how much we already have and help us to share our wealth and time in partnership with all of humanity.

Ignite in us the fire of your love so that, filled with your Spirit, our faith is awakened by renewed commitment and deed.

Amen.

Tony Singleton/CAFOD


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Prayer for All of Humanity

O Eternal Father, 
I lift my heart to thee 
And I pray for the people of all nations, 
Irrespective of race, colour or creed. 
I realize they are all thy children, Father, 
And I therefore link them up together in my heart 
And my prayers as such.

I pray for the disquited souls of man, 
Both discarnate and incarnate. 
I pray for those who are sorrowful and lonely; 
For the unloved; 
For those who feel themselves unwanted; 
For those broken by life; 
I pray, O Father, for ALL humanity.

I pray for those in prisons, 
Those in asylums; 
Those who are bedridden at home or in a hospital; 
Those who are hungry; 
Those who have a terminal illness; 
I pray for all of the caregivers who tend the sick, 
And I pray for all of the families of these people 
Asking that they be given the strength, 
Endurance, 
Resourcefulness 
And upliftment to continue their quest.

I ask thy care of those on battlefields of the world 
Who at the call of duty are now away from loved ones, 
On land, on sea and in the air.

I pray for those who mourn the loss of dear ones 
Who are preparing for their transition 
Or have passed on from the physical life. 
Be with them, O Father, 
And bring them the knowledge 
That there is no death – 
That life goes on forever. 
And, I would ask that I myself may be a pure channel 
To give forth thy love to one another.

I pray that thy blessings 
And thy joy may rest upon the world 
In the coming of peace to all of your children.

Amen.


Bodhisattva Prayer for All Humanity

“May I be a guard for those who need protection,
a guide for those on the path,
a boat, a raft, a bridge for those who wish to cross the flood.
May I be a lamp in the darkness,
a resting place for the weary,
a healing medicine for all who are sick,
a vase of plenty, a tree of miracles.
And for the boundless multitudes of living beings,
may I bring sustenance and awakening,
enduring like the earth and sky
until all beings are freed from sorrow
and all are awakened.”

– Shantideva, Indian Buddhist sage 700 A.D.

 

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