The Roots Prayers invite God to SYNC us with the big idea of Roots SeasonThe prayers are not a way of trying harder to be a little better. They are a way of inviting the God of Abraham to SYNC us, to include us as spiritual descendants of Abraham so we have a share in blessing the world. 
 
Choose any prayer style option below that will best keep you in SYNC with the God of Abraham. If/when you realize you are out of SYNC, admit it to God, and any of these prayers will help you get back in SYNC. 

1. Set of seven informal prayers to use in a weekly cycle     

These are based on the seven Jubilee Verses that bring out different parts of the Roots Rhythm. Use this option if you like the idea of "praying Scripture," and if variety helps you focus.
 
2. Same formal prayer every day for the whole Season
Make us fulfillments of your ancient plan. Let us bless. Let us bless. Let us bless.
Use this option if you like repetition and want to drill in the basic idea. 
3. Simplest way -- no cards at all
"SYNC us with your intentions for the spiritual descendants of Abraham." This ties you each day to the two-word prayer for all seven SYNC seasons--"SYNC us." It is based on the Lord's Prayer. A good option if you want something that will work without having to look at cards.
4. Write/say your own prayer(s)
Prayer is not "one-size-fits-all." Please adjust any of the above to fit you better, or start over and create your own prayers from scratch. Whatever SYNC's you with the the God of Abraham and the plan he launched through Abraham is fine!
5. Bed-time prayer
Like mealtimes, bedtime is a great time to thank the Creator for giving us spiritual roots in Abraham. Nothing helps us sleep better than that because nothing else gives us more security or significance than that. With or without the Jubilee Cards, we can look back at our day and thank God for our roots, our connection with his promises. We belong to the group that is on his mission to bless the world. Good night, you soul-satisfied brother or sister. 
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