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Aug 2

Hello, Father!
Thank you for making me more stable, when I most need it! Thank you for giving my husband and I time to talk, and I ask that you give us time to listen to that audiobook together — soon! Please do not let the enemy steal that away, Lord. Please protect my husband’s heart and spirit and allow him to heal and to grow and to become more and more FREE! Father, please also be with my daughter and only allow your will to be done in her life, Lord. If she needs to go to a hospital or some place like that, or if she needs to live in some type of community where she can receive daily help and monitoring, please make it happen according to YOUR plan. I feel very inadequate to help her, Lord. I give her over into your capable hands. I know you will show her even more tender care and nurturing and longsuffering patience than I ever could provide. I trust you with her, Lord. Thank you.

 
Revelations 21:1-4 ERV

Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth. The first heaven and the first earth had disappeared. Now there was no sea.
And I saw the holy city, the new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God. It was prepared like a bride dressed for her husband.
I heard a loud voice from the throne. It said, “Now God’s home is with people. He will live with them. They will be his people. God himself will be with them and will be their God.
He will wipe away every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death, sadness, crying, or pain. All the old ways are gone.”

 
Father, like you I desire for all my children to come to a time when they have NO MORE TEARS! I desire the same for myself and my husband. I know that during this life we will have trials and tribulations, sorrows and regrets. But I also know that the more our hearts and minds are put on you, the greater our sense of peace and joy. I want THAT for each of us, Lord. Please lead each of us into a closer walk with you. Protect us from the wolves that attack your flock, and help us to learn that we, as sheep, are not properly equipped to fight those wolves by ourselves. We need you. Thank you, Mighty Shepherd! Thank you for you faithfulness. 🙂

 

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