Traditions and Culture

Anastasia’s Prayer for Our Father

If you have read the fourth book in the Ringing Cedars of Russia series titled ‘Co Creation’ you would have had the chance to read Anastasia’s beautiful prayer dedicated to our Creator or in the term she uses ‘Our Father’. She discusses the universal language that God uses to communicate with all peoples – and highlights the main difference between the prayers we use today versus the one she recites to Vladimir.

The Prayer

Our Father, who is everywhere, for Your

Great light, I thank You. And for making real

Your kingdom, thank You. For Your loving will,

I thank You. Be forever kind and good.


For my daily food, I thank You! And for patience,

Forgiveness of the sins upon Your Earth. My Father, who is everywhere! Your daughter

Among your creations, I shall not allow

Sin and weakness in myself, but stay

Deserving, worthy of Your accomplishments.


My Father, who is everywhere! I am

Your daughter, your child who lives for your delight.

I shall multiply your glory with my self.

The coming ages shall all live inside

Your dream. So shall it be! So do I desire!

My Father, who is everywhere! I am

Your daughter.

The difference between each Prayer

After reading Anastasia’s declaration to God, we can pick up a distinct difference between the one we use and the one she recited. The most obvious difference was the way in which she addresses God. Instead of pleading with God, she expresses deep gratitude and reverence for the gifts bestowed upon her by Him as His Daughter. She also pledges to perpetuate his dream, to continue what he had dreamed and wanted for all His Sons and Daughters. It as if she is sending God a gift with her words.

This manner of prayer is starkly different to the way we were raised to pray, asking and almost begging God for something. To be able to compare the two, see below the prayer from our modern times:

Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name;

thy kingdom come; thy will be done; on earth as it is in heaven.

Give us this day our daily bread.

And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us.

And lead us not into temptation; but deliver us from evil.

For thine is the Kingdom, the Power and the Glory

Forever and ever, Amen.


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