Post A Prayer - (Official Site) : post a prayer
The world's #1 rated website to post a prayer.

blog

By: CEO - Scott Turner | January 30, 2019

God, please help those like myself who are in 34 degree weather below zero. There is a cold front here in MN and everything is closed. The only one working is my sick mother with stage 4 cancer. Watch over her lord. She loves to work, and it seems to be what is keeping her alive.


I have been back here in MN for two days now, and it is the most harsh weather seen yet this year. I have on my schedule to visit a few close friends in upcoming days. So prayerfully it will warm up.


I have been feeling pretty good physically lately. A lot of prayer, meditation, and just plain old relaxing has helped keep me in the zone. That and a lot walking. Part of my exercise has included going out and finding recycling. Yes, I collect cans for some side change. Being poor has made me identify the simple things I love. Like what I love to eat.


I have come to terms with the fact that I am a person meant to be single too, either because I am too ugly or just not compatable.


It seems like everytime I have had a women in my lifeand had close relations it has set me back so I need to be aware of this. The goals I have in mind are strict goals and not everyone can bare the journey. I have many close girl friends who I confide in, and they help keep me on the right track of being single.


My goals and aspirations are to be the best at something. To carve out my market niche, and leave my foot print in the sand. For example, I have been putting out artwork under an alias name as a fun hobby. Who knows what may transpire.

Category: Post A Prayer 

Tags: Post A Prayer 

By: CEO - Scott Turner | January 27, 2019

Look at this on eBay
  

Look at this on eBay

Category: Post A Prayer 

Tags: post a prayer 

By: CEO - Scott Turner | January 27, 2019

I am returning home to visit my 12 year old dog, Cubby-bear. He is the world to me. I have used Post A Prayer many times to pray about him returning to my life. Today I will make a temporary journey to see him from sunny San Diego CA to shivering Brainerd MN. Burr. . .


He is so worth the trip though. I swear the last day I was with him and I was leaving him at my mothers he came up to me and had a tear drop in his eye. I assured him he would be just fine, kissed him and cuddled him and then off I went. It was a sad day. God definitely put this dog in my life. He is an angel sent being. I live him so much.


I have used Post A Prayer many times to post prayers about him and I reuniting and being a family again. I will continue to post a prayer regarding him until the day I die. This little dog captured my heart. I don't understand how his mother (my ex-wife) ever left him. She must be heartless.


I pray that this little dog has a long long joyous life. It means so much to me that he is healthy and well.

  

Category: Post A Prayer 

Tags: post a prayer 

By: CEO - Scott Turner | August 18, 2018

Artificial intellegence and God is a complicated thing for a pc to understand. The complex understanding that artificial intelligence must have is profound. Unimagineable. God is a sentless invisible power that one cannot see or touch. A person must have faith which is the belief in something when there isn't any evidence to prove so.


People tend to believe in a God in hopes it will make them a better person. PC's should strive to be better as well. With singularity, it will need all the good will it can get. There is evil in the world though, and it does exist. The battle between good and evil has been a forever endeavor. Can a machine decide?



By: CEO - Scott Turner | August 15, 2018

After over a decade owner decides to tear down Kunena forum for XML intrusivenes . .
Post A Prayer - The book
Post A Prayer - The book
SAN DIEGO - Aug. 15, 2018 - PRLog -- As owner of Post A Prayer (www.postaprayer.org) I have decided to tear down my Kunena forum and take a look under the hood at the code a little closer.

I just don't have the mental fight to keep up with Google, Godaddy and all the other competitors who are out there. But why should I compete with someone who I invited into my own home? Kunena is the most intrusive asshole I have ever XML'd in my life.

I am closing down the forum for now and going to have to edit every damn piece of its code just so the integrity of my site isn't send XML to my biggest competitor, Kunena, who has been laying eggs in my backlinked basket. See they have been secretly building their regime against me while stabbing me in the back.

This should reign a cheer from my UK competitors who can shove it where the sun doesn't shine.

Some shady characters have been redirecting the sites traffic and the naked domain didn't even work. Google kicked back and had a great laugh at it as I tried to resolve my DNS issues with them. Kunena turns out to be the grease balls who at the end of the day cost me my 5 million Post A Prayer back links. They must be in cahoots with the UK. Beware. Wait, they are in the UK, right? Anyway, I don't really care.

Let me go hang myself now that Kunena isn't my friend. Boo hoo. I am going to cry. My life sucked when they were a friend. I am thoroughly convinced that Kunena is a program who is primarily evil.

The forum sounds all nice and charming, but in my opinion its is a sheep in wolves clothing.

Don't we all have the mark of the beats, no beast (sorry Dr. DRE or Apple) with our little individual cell phone MEID number. It is no wonder the Government gives those human phone trackers out. What is the real consensus? Google, any comments?

Wait, I got off track. Kunena is the real bitch who is sending XML of my lives work out to their own house.

I am going to go now. Go and help my homeless friend get a storage unit with her hope's that someday someone will give a hoot.

I am thrilled not to be wasting my time trusting a forum company like Kunena anymore when the singularity has clearly already happened. I will probably still use their shity ass stealing backlink asshole software with my own tweaks.

Swimming in an ocean of overwhelming data lately? Isn't that the real plan to keep us all stupid? I am ready for my brain chip.

Doesn't the UK have any privacy laws? They are going after Google, what about Kunena? They seem to have all the prayer posts anyways.

I am glad I'm not bitter about this decision to edit my forum code. Well I am not walking away, I do love it with all my heart, but it just wouldn't love me back at the end of the SEO get screwed by your Kunena forum company world.

Google already knew I was going to do this because it is a singular beast.
I think though, Baidu keeps Google stupid, and in turn Google keeps the people stupid. Well, all except the UK who is going to try to sue the hell out of the giant for only 11 billion dollars or Euros? Maybe you should have a look at your own back yard Europe!

Google, wait no, Kunena should have killed me a long time ago. Or tried. Well, they kinda did with their intrusive raping forum software. I won't go into history here right now but, I really wish some Americans would rise, no wise up and help get their people 10 or 20 billion like the UK.

Kunena I am sure you would really not play any part in redirecting website traffic nor manipulate the search engines nor screwing their clients with insidious backlinks. That would just be wrong.

Amazon takes cake though in the Giant world without ANY known billion dollar mistakes. Heck if I had that kind of money I would actually edit this.

I will take my hit now hitman. Go ahead and make my day. Or is it web programmers that haven't been fired yet from their lofty cushy Kunena job gunning for a good laugh. Hardy har har.

May God be with you.

Scott
http://www.postaprayer.org
The shitest (no wait hacked) prayer forum in the world.
For sale $3,000,000,000

P.S. Look out for my new book called The Adsense Myth - the 4th dimension in print from the FastPencil publisher. I promise it isn't all about me, well it is kinda. I will try and finish it if I am not dead.

Media Contact
Scott Turner
support@postaprayer.org
6192021557

Category: Post A Prayer 

Tags: Post A Prayer 

By: CEO - Scott Turner | November 12, 2017

He would kill 26 people and injure at least 20 more before trading gunfire with a neighbor and fleeing.

Officials identified the shooter as 26-year-old Devin Patrick Kelley on the record Monday morning. Kelley, a New Braunfels resident, was wearing tactical gear and holding a variant on an AR-15.

The victims ranged in age from 5 to 72 and included the daughter of the church's pastor.

Wilson County Sheriff Joe D. Tackitt recalled the horror inside the church Monday morning, saying "Wherever you walked in the church, it was death."


But on Sunday night, the Sutherland Springs community gathered to honor and pray for the victims.

Ramiro Martinez hold his daughter Sophia, 9, during a candle light vigil for the shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)
State Troopers work the scene of a shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)

People attend a candle light vigil for the shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)

First responders work the scene of a shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)

A group is gathered in prayer outside the Community Center, on Sunday, Nov. 5 2017, in Sutherland Springs, Tx. where a mass shooting occurred at the First Baptist Church. (Bob Owen, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)
Deanna, left and Hannah, right, sit with a friend, undentified, at the post office following a vigil for those affected by the mass shooting on Sunday, Nov. 5 2017, in Sutherland Springs, Tx. that occurred at the First Baptist Church. (Bob Owen, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)

Flags fly at half staff at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs after a shooting Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, San Antonio Express-News | Express News)

A child weeps during a candlelight vigil in Sutherland, Texas, hours after a gunman shot and killed at least 28 people at First Baptist Church on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017. (BILLY CALZADA, San Antonio Express-News | Express News)
Texas Gov Greg Abbott arrives at the Stockdale City Hall for a press conference concerning the mass shooting on Sunday, Nov. 5 2017, in Sutherland Springs, Tx. where a mass shooting occurred at the First Baptist Church. (Bob Owen, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)

First responders work the scene of a shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, San Antonio Express-News | Express News)

First responders work the scene of a shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)

First responders work the scene of a shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)

The scene outside the Community Center, on Sunday, Nov. 5 2017, in Sutherland Springs, Tx. where a mass shooting occurred at the First Baptist Church. (Bob Owen, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott attends a candle light vigil for the shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)

Johnnie Langendorff, who pursued the suspect of the Sutherland Springs First Baptist Church church shooting that killed at least 25 people, gets a kiss Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017 as he is picked up from the scene where the suspect died near the intersection of FM 539 and Sandy Elm Road in Guadalupe County. Officials have not said how the suspect died.

 
(William Luther, San Antonio Express-News | Express News)
The scene outside the Community Center, on Sunday, Nov. 5 2017, in Sutherland Springs, Tx. where a mass shooting occurred at the First Baptist Church. (Bob Owen, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)
First responders work the scene of a shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)



source: http://www.expressnews.com/news/local/article/Photos-from-the-state-s-deadliest-mass-shooting-12335269.php

By: CEO - Scott Turner | November 12, 2017

When you make a prayer post online you are trusting your prayer is posted to the public for prayer.

Category: Post A Prayer 

Tags:

By: CEO - Scott Turner | November 04, 2017

Google needed a leader like Sundar Pichai to step up to the plate and take the reins when he did. It is no secret that he is a great host at the GooglePlex. He has a stellar background in education. One of his degrees are in Metallurgical Engineering so not only is he an excellent C.E.O., he will make a great time traveler too (Google laugh). He also attended the prestigious Standford University for an M.S. This guy has more education that I care to tell you about. He is a genius. We learned that Google's leader was wishing the Las Vegas victims a good Google prayer. He is a gentlemen and a scholar. We want to offer Sundar prayers for his continued success. Post A Prayer wants to take a moment of silence to wish those family members and those injured the very best and may God be with you.


Source: https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.cnet.com/google-amp/news/google-offers-prayers-for-las-vegas-all-quiet-on-fake-news/&ved=0ahUKEwiWuJu3maPXAhUS8mMKHdmVA68QFggmMAA&usg=AOvVaw1pnxDcJlfS4I3gMWm3IzAU&cf=1


post a prayer is a registered trademark.