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Prayer For December 24th

December 24, 2014


For all who are sick, for all who are lonely, for all who are sad and for all who are in need, I am saying a prayer for you that you will feel a touch from Jesus today.

Dear Lord,

For so many people, this Christmas doesn’t feel like a time of celebration. You see every need, Lord. You hear every cry uttered in silent, pleading hearts. Christmas isn’t about trees, presents or even family gatherings. It’s about the gift of a Savior, to lost and hurting people. Lord, we pray for a touch from you for each person who is in need. May each one feel your comfort, your love, and your healing hand. May they feel your presence like never before. May they find the spirit of Christmas in their hearts. May they feel the wonder of a birth that was foretold long before you came to earth. May they find joy in the midst of pain, knowing that you are with them. May they find hope in you and your promises…may they dare to believe that you have a plan for them…a plan to give them a hope and a future. Lord, we ask these things, trusting and believing that you still do miracles today for those who put their faith in you. Thank you that we have a Savior in whose name we can pray….Amen

Praying blessings upon everyone who reads this!
In His love,


3 Comments leave one →
  1. Pamela Hughes permalink
    December 24, 2014 5:52 pm


  2. Lynnette permalink
    December 25, 2014 9:26 am

    Bless you Miss Debbie! So thankful for you and your beautiful ministry every day! A very Merry Christmas to you my Sister! And all God’s best to you in the coming year!

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