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Prayer for Jan. 4th

January 4, 2016

prayer from Debbie Kay, Hope For The Broken Hearted

Hello, Friends! Here is the prayer for today…

Our Father,

You promise to deliver…to provide…to meet our needs…to give us your peace…to bind our wounds…to hear our cries…to never leave or forsake us… Everything we have read… everything we have seen… show us it’s not a matter of “if” you will fulfill your promises, it’s just a matter of “when”.  Help us not to forget your past faithfulness…Help us to rest patiently in you while we wait. Help us to let go of our own time tables and us to trust that your timing is always the best… Help us to learn our lessons well so we won’t hinder your work or delay it. Help us to grow into the mature Christians you want us to be…we don’t  want to be as children in our thinking. We think of how children are always anxious and impatient…  A few minutes is like an eternity to children and too often we are like that with you. We want quick resolutions to our difficulties… we don’t want to hurt, we don’t want to suffer or be in pain… we live in a world where everything needs to be quicker and faster and patience is not something that comes naturally…

Father, forgive us for our impatience and frustration with you, and your timing… we ask for your help to change our thinking so we will realize that there is always a purpose in waiting…  waiting is never wasted time, when we are waiting on you and your perfect will and timing…delays are not denials…your Word says those who wait on you will renew their strength…that you are good to those who wait on you…  We thank you, Lord for all you have done and all you are going to do. May we find peace and comfort in your arms today, Lord. In the name of Jesus we pray, Amen.

Praying blessings of peace upon you!

In His love,

©Debbie Kay, Hope For The Broken Hearted

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Rose Daley permalink
    January 5, 2016 11:51 pm


    Sent from my iPhone


  2. Rita permalink
    January 6, 2016 6:10 am

    Amen. What a sweet, uplifting prayer. God Bless you, Debbie.

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