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Do you remember the game show with whammies? People would run a game board shouting “No Whammies” just hoping for good results. It was a game of chance. Some live life hoping for no whammies but the truth about life is we live in a conditional world and there will be bumps in the road. Life has a way of ambushing us when we least expect it. We’ve all experienced this whammy at some time, usually when we’re trying to succeed at something precious and meaningful. Perhaps it was a failed marriage, a broken relationship, or a job loss. When we’re left reeling and wondering what happens next, we can take comfort in knowing that God is the God of second chances.
The Serenity Prayer is one of the most widely known prayers in existence. It was written and published by Reinhold Niebuhr in 1937, spread via church groups and sermons in the late 1930s and 1940s, and was adopted and popularized by Alcoholics Anonymous in the early 1950s.