The Serenity prayer wall art sticker
“God, give me grace to accept with Serenity the things that cannot be changed,
Courage to change the things which should be changed,
and the Wisdom to distinguish the one from the other”
Small: 800mm (w) x 370mm (h)
Medium: 1000mm (w) x 460mm (h)
Large: 1200mm (w) x 550mm (h)
Available in a choice of 21 fantastic matt colours.
Supplied with a free plastic applicator tool and full fitting instructions.
Original product by LoveWallArt © 2016
High quality decal-cut vinyl wall art sticker.
Designed and manufactured in the UK using quality, branded materials.
Can be applied to any clean, smooth surface.
The Serenity Prayer is the common name for a prayer authored by the American theologian Reinhold Niebuhr (1892–1971).
Niebuhr, who first wrote the prayer for a sermon at Heath Evangelical Union Church in Heath, Massachusetts, used it widely in sermons as early as 1934 and first published it in 1951 in a magazine column. The prayer became more widely known after being brought to the attention of Alcoholics Anonymous in 1941 by an early member. AA’s co-founder and staff liked the prayer and had it printed out in modified form and handed around. It has been part of Alcoholics Anonymous ever since. The prayer has appeared in many versions. The most well-known form is a late version, as it includes a reference to grace not found before 1951.
Sinead O’Connor uses the prayer in her 1990 song Feel so Different on her album I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got.