Native American Prayer For Protection

Native American Prayer For Protection

” Creator, you who makes all things. You are the wind beneath my wings. ” – Unknown

“You who makes all things, we thank you for your love.” – Unknown

“The All-Good Spirit,” – Unknown

“When you see only one set of footprints, it was then that I carried you.” – Unknown

Thank you for all of your blessings upon us, Great Spirit.”

Creator,

Creator is a Native American word for God. It is used in the Native American languages, such as Lakota and Ojibwe. It was also used by Europeans who spoke the English language and Spanish.

The purpose of this prayer is to ask for protection from harm. You can say it yourself or recite it aloud with others, like family members or friends who are praying along with you.

“You are the wind beneath my wings.”

This famous quote was written by Diane Warren—a songwriter behind many hit songs, including “How Do I Live” and “Un-Break My Heart.” It was originally featured in the 1987 movie “Wings of Desire.” In addition to being a beautiful prayer for protection from harm, this quote conveys the importance of love and belonging to a community.

The song itself is about an angel who falls in love with a mortal woman. This experience changes him as he sees that humans are capable of more than just loving themselves; they can also give their love freely without expecting anything in return.

You who makes all things,

You who makes all things,

You who giveth us breath,

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You who provides for our needs,

You who sustains us with Your love.

We thank you for your love,

Dear God,

We thank you for your love. You have always been there for us and we are so grateful for that. We know that you will always protect us and keep us safe in your care. We wish to thank you because without your guidance, we would not be able to go on with life. Without your help, we would be lost without knowing what to do or how to go about it properly. Thank you again for being there with us every step of the way so that we may continue living our lives happily with no worries about anything bad happening around us or even within ourselves

The All-Good Spirit,

“The All-Good Spirit, who is everywhere present, listens to your prayers and is ready to help you in all things. He watches over you, guides you, and blesses you. He loves you as a father loves his child.

Trust Him. Pray to Him.” – Sioux Native American Prayer for Protection

“When you see only one set of footprints, it was then that I carried you.”

When you see only one set of footprints, it was then that I carried you.

When you see only one set of footprints, it was then that I carried you.

When you see only one set of footprints, it was then that I carried you.

When you see only one set of footprints, it was then that I carried you.

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Thank you for all of your blessings upon us,

Thank you for all of your blessings upon us,

Thank you for the strength in our body and mind,

Thank you for the guidance in our lives.

Great Spirit,

Great Spirit, you are always with us. You watch over us and protect us. You guide us and love us.

Great Spirit, please be with me today as I go about my day. Please guide me so that I can make the right choices for myself and for others around me. Help me to remember that even in difficult situations, you will always be there for me if I call on you to help me get through them.

God is always there with you.

God is always there with you, protecting you and watching over you. God is always listening to your prayers and can hear every word that comes out of your mouth. God will protect you from anything that might come against you and He will help guide all the decisions in your life.

God will give strength to our leaders who lead this country, so that they may be able to stand strong through hard times and make decisions for the good of everyone involved in this country, not just themselves but also for those who follow them as well as those who come after them.

These prayers are a great way to start practicing your Native American spirituality. They can be said every day or whenever you need them. Remember that the most important thing is the intent behind saying these prayers, not if they sound perfect!

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