2nd Corinthians 1:1-4, says: "May God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ give you His own grace and peace.  All praise to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. He is the source of every mercy and the God who comforts us. He comforts us in all our troubles so that we can comfort others. When others are troubled, we will be able to give them the same comfort God has given us."  As you request prayer, I'd like you to pray for others in your situation. Your circumstances will change as you change and grow -- before long, whatever comes at you will not damage you anymore, because you will be a different person on the inside!  The past will stay in the past, and the future will be exciting, not dreadful!  I'm telling you this from personal experience!  So, leave a good word, here, and be proud for doing a good thing for someone else in the midst of your own pain.  Imagine -- a person who thinks they are all alone, will receive help from God, just because you came here in your own pain and decided to fight back by praying for someone else.  What an amazing power you have!  God sent you here for help, and He is waiting to see if you will remember others who suffer like you do! Let's link up our hearts and be stronger, together!
Prayer Mother

So tired already, today, Lord. I pray for all the parents who stayed up late and got up early and are still tired. I pray You grant us your joy so we may have strength to get the kids ready, to find enough things in the cupboard and the frige so we can feed them, today. I pray we can keep a smile shining toward our children, no matter what is going on with us, today. I thank you, Lord, that You never leave us -- NEVER. Send us all help where we need it, today. Amen.


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    March 2011