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# What are some examples of opening and closing prayers?

###### Wiki User

###### 2009-03-31 23:00:50

Opening "Let us remember we are in the holy presence of God.."

"We open our minds and our hearts to the LORD, we pray...."

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### What are some examples of opening prayers for a school closing program?

If the school is a private or denominational school, the pastor
or school chaplain will provide appropriate examples on
request.
If the school is a public school in the United States and in
some other jurisdictions, prayers are not permitted in this
context, so it would be inappropriate to provide any example.

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symbol. Then you have the name of the function and open a round
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=NOW()
=SUM(A2:A20)
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usually have to enter something in between the opening bracket and
a closing one, but for some functions there is nothing between the
brackets. Below are two examples.
=NOW()
=SUM(A2:A20)
A function is part of a formula, so you must start with an equals
symbol. Then you have the name of the function and open a round
bracket. What happens after that will depend on the function. You
usually have to enter something in between the opening bracket and
a closing one, but for some functions there is nothing between the
brackets. Below are two examples.
=NOW()
=SUM(A2:A20)
A function is part of a formula, so you must start with an equals
symbol. Then you have the name of the function and open a round
bracket. What happens after that will depend on the function. You
usually have to enter something in between the opening bracket and
a closing one, but for some functions there is nothing between the
brackets. Below are two examples.
=NOW()
=SUM(A2:A20)
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symbol. Then you have the name of the function and open a round
bracket. What happens after that will depend on the function. You
usually have to enter something in between the opening bracket and
a closing one, but for some functions there is nothing between the
brackets. Below are two examples.
=NOW()
=SUM(A2:A20)
A function is part of a formula, so you must start with an equals
symbol. Then you have the name of the function and open a round
bracket. What happens after that will depend on the function. You
usually have to enter something in between the opening bracket and
a closing one, but for some functions there is nothing between the
brackets. Below are two examples.
=NOW()
=SUM(A2:A20)
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symbol. Then you have the name of the function and open a round
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usually have to enter something in between the opening bracket and
a closing one, but for some functions there is nothing between the
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usually have to enter something in between the opening bracket and
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=NOW()
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symbol. Then you have the name of the function and open a round
bracket. What happens after that will depend on the function. You
usually have to enter something in between the opening bracket and
a closing one, but for some functions there is nothing between the
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=NOW()
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symbol. Then you have the name of the function and open a round
bracket. What happens after that will depend on the function. You
usually have to enter something in between the opening bracket and
a closing one, but for some functions there is nothing between the
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