Messenger’s prayer at the Grotto of the Western Wall, Jerusalem
January 22, 2015
May the power and presence of Knowledge guide and bless the people who come here that they may be agents of peace and reconciliation. Let us not think that war is required for peace. For in that, war will never end.
May the God Presence that has been put within each person, the power of Knowledge, guide and bless all of us now as we face a new world, a world of cataclysmic change and upheaval. And may all of the religions unite in the Spirit of God, whom they all were meant to serve, the God who is their Source and their destiny.
May this prayer and this peace be here and within me and within all who can hear the great blessing that is now upon the world. For God has spoken again to bring the great religions together, to unite them in purpose for the salvation and the protection of humanity, each contributing its unique gifts and teachings for this one aim alone, without being in competition or contention with one another, but only serving in the right capacity for which they were intended and created at the beginning.
And may this purpose now find fulfillment in the minds of ever-growing numbers of people so that the world may be blessed and honored by the world’s religions and not torn asunder by them. This is a matter for the heart and the conscience. This is a matter for each person, to recognize that God has put the great peacemaker within them, in the power and presence of Knowledge.
Nasi Novare Coram