“Dear St . Anthony please come around [name what is lost ] is lost and it cannot be found.” ” St . Anthony , perfect imitator of Jesus, who received from God the special power of restoring lost things , grant that I may find [name what is lost ] which has been lost .
Anthony was canonised as a saint on 30 May 1232, less than a year after his death. He is considered a patron saint of lost or stolen items .
Saint Jude He is the patron saint of impossible causes because he urges Christians to stay close to Christ during hard times. We petition his intercession, praying : “Most holy Apostle, Saint Jude Thaddeus, friend of Jesus, I place myself in your care at this difficult time.
Archangel Chamuel fulfills a role similar to Saint Anthony in Catholicism, who also helps reunite us with missing items. Both are amazingly swift at bringing back beloved heirloom items such as wedding rings.
Write how it felt to find it, and how cool the whole experience was for you. (Keeping the mindset that you have “found” it of course!) Focus on any good feelings you can imagine or even “make up” that you would feel after finding the item , and write them out as if they have already happened.
Retracing Your Steps. Determine the last time you saw the item. It’s probably obvious, but the first step in tracking down the thing you’ve lost is picturing where you last had it. Even if it’s not the exact spot where you lost it, it may jog your memory so you start to remember where you left it.
|Egyptian equivalent||Thoth, Anubis|
God, help these lost souls to know your Son, Jesus, so that they can start worshiping you in truth. Indwell your Holy Spirit in them. God, remove the evil influences from their lives that are blocking them from accepting Jesus as their Lord and Savior. In Jesus’ name, I believe and pray , Amen.
Saint Anthony is known for the miracles witnessed during his lifetime.
|Venerated in||Roman Catholic Church|
|Beatified||8 October 1629, Rome by Pope Urban VIII|
|Canonized||12 April 1671, Rome by Pope Clement X|
Patronage. Among some Roman Catholics, Saint Jude is venerated as the “patron saint of lost causes”.
The patron saint of financial matters is St Matthew the Apostle.”
Start looking. Start with local pawn shops and online listings on sites like Craigslist and eBay. If you find your device, don’t buy it or let the seller know it’s yours. Instead, ask if they can hold the item for you, and contact the police department so the authorities can recover your stolen items .
Islam. There is a similar Islamic belief in the Mu’aqqibat. According to many Muslims, each person has two guardian angels , in front of and behind him, while the two recorders are located to the right and left.
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