I thank you for this morning. I thank you for waking me up today and granting me another day to live my life for you. I am trying Lord but i am human and make many mistakes.
Lord, i ask for clarity as you speak to me today. I pray lord for boldness in my actions and deeds. I pray lord that i share my faith in the right way when the moment presents itself. I pray that i treat everyone with LOVE. I thank you lord for the realization that i am no perfect and i am in no position to judge anyone. My job is to show your LOVE and in doing so, i am showing you to the world.
I pray for my family and friends. I pray lord for a selfless heart. I pray lord that i dont count the times people have been there for me but count the times that you have allowed me to be there for them.
Finally, I pray for every people who reads this, friend or not, beliver or not. I pray lord that you show yourself to them so that they may see that a personal relationship is wiating for those who reach out.
In Jesus Name…AMEN
Have a great Sunday! A day of rest, rejuvenate, and reflection.
With the madness that surrounds us on an everyday basis, we tend to forget that time is not guaranteed. Ill play with the kids tomorrow or Ill give mom and dad a call this weekend are words that can haunt you for the rest of your life. So breathe, take time to enjoy the moment and lets your loved ones know that they mean the world to you.
Speaking of not having tomorrow guaranteed; if you do not know Jesus Christ as your lord and savior… i invite you to watch this video by Joyce Meyer on What happens when you accept Jesus Christ as you Lord and Savior.” PJSLB
Written by Brandon J. Adams. Its always great reading the view points of others. God Bless you Brandon! PJSLB
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