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The Serenity Prayer Reinhold Niebuhr serenity prayer details

 

The Serenity Prayer 

Full The Serenity Prayer with Details - 1. God Grant Me The Serenity To Accept The Things 2. God Give Me Grace To Accept With Serenity. 


The Serenity Prayer

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Prayer: The Serenity Prayer

Composed: 1932–1933

Written by: Reinhold Niebuhr (American Theologian)

Born Name: Karl Paul Reinhold Niebuhr

Aged: 78

Born: June 21, 1892

Died: June 1, 1971

Awards: Presidential Medal of Freedom (1964)


Read More:- Reinhold Niebuhr Biography


1. The Serenity Prayer | God Grant Me The Serenity To Accept The Things

— Reinhold Niebuhr


God, Grant Me The Serenity

To Accept The Things I Cannot Change...

Courage To Change The Things I Can,

And Wisdom To Know The Difference.


Living One Day At A Time,

Enjoying One Moment At A Time,

Accepting Hardship As The Pathway To Peace.

Taking, As He Did, This Sinful World As It Is,

Not As I Would Have It.

Trusting That He Will Make All Things Right

If I Surrender To His Will.

That I May Be Reasonably Happy In This Life,

And Supremely Happy With Him Forever In The Next.

Amen.      


2. The Serenity Prayer | God Give Me Grace To Accept With Serenity

— Reinhold Niebuhr


God, Give Me Grace To Accept With Serenity

The Things That Cannot Be Changed,

Courage To Change The Things

Which Should Be Changed,

And The Wisdom To Distinguish

The One From The Other.


Living One Day At A Time,

Enjoying One Moment At A Time,

Accepting Hardship As A Pathway To Peace,

Taking, As Jesus Did,

This Sinful World As It Is,

Not As I Would Have It,

Trusting That You Will Make All Things Right,

If I Surrender To Your Will,

So That I May Be Reasonably Happy In This Life,

And Supremely Happy With You Forever In The Next.

Amen.


The Serenity Prayer | The Serenity Prayer Reinhold Niebuhr

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