I want to pay tribute to wonderful people I have known, the wonderful country in which I live, the communities in which I have lived, the churches who have claimed me as their own, the God who sends shivers down my back when I really give him a portion of my time—well, maybe not shivers but tears flow easily in some of those most priceless times.
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Category Archives: prayer
(I had prepared this prayer for use in my Sunday morning class. I have asked God to help me with a blog today. This is the only answer in my heart. Perhaps he will touch you to pray this with … Continue reading
How many times have I prayed for something that is not God’s plan? My prayers turn to stumbling blocks to God’s plans. I desperately want an easy life for the people I love. I want security for the old … Continue reading
PRAY – THAT ALL MAY BE HEALED – Jesus, through you there can be: rest for the oppressed courage for the discouraged finances for the jobless forgiveness for the betrayed health for the sick comfort for the broken-hearted dreams for … Continue reading
I’m needing some prayer for my great-granddaughter, Jadalyn, who is in the hospital for tests related to some lung issues. I’ve just reread this blog from the beginning of my blogging experience (fall, 2015) and am reminded again of how … Continue reading
“Do you think God is more likely to answer prayer if I ask others to pray with me? Is it better to ask a lot of people, like on FB?” I have been asked. Today I’m going to respond. So … Continue reading
In the interest of full disclosure, let me say this is not me (I don’t wear gloves) and a few things I tell in this story are a bit exaggerated. Let me say first it was worth it! I am … Continue reading
We go to the Lord with our petitions. We ask him to get us out of some kind of situation. If he would just answer the way we want, it would save us money, or time, or pain; yes, if … Continue reading
Our hope is in You. Tho our faults are numerous, In mercy, forgive. As we look to you, Unite us as your people In wisdom and love.