Everybody's Prayer Book.
I like it.
Others seem to also.
Swanson Funeral Home published it.
While I was borrowing a casket for the Second Annual Urban/Suburban Unity Walk recently, I asked O'Neil D. Swanson if I could have some to hand to people I minister with at Larned and Chene near Jefferson in downtown Detroit.
He gave me a couple hundred.
I was impressed that a funeral home would have such a prayer book and begin with a description of prayer.
"Prayer has been described as conversation with God," the book begins.
It also speaks of prayer as an obligation.
A Morning Offering follows.
In 16 pages, Everybody's Prayer Book, ends with a Prayer for the Home:
Visit, we beseech Thee, O Lord, this house,
and drive from it all the snares of the enemy.
Let Thy Holy Angels dwell herein, to preserve us in peace;
and, may Thy blessing be upon us forever, through Jesus Chrst Our Lord.
Swanson Funeral Home in Detroit has been around a long time.
They seem to realize how daily prayer is key to prosperity, and more.