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  A PRAYER   Dearest Lord Jesus, My Lord, my Father, my King, my Creator, my Guide, my Mentor, my Companion, my Savior…I come to you tonight with normal, everyday problems, as usual. I need to first thank you for dying on the cross for me and for mankind. You have washed away every sin I have confessed to you. I need to think of more of my transgressions so I can have them cleaned by You, too. In the past, I would think of those bad thoughts and let them fester within me. Now, I feel so good after I confess to You…I can finally let go and have peace in my heart. I wish other people could experience that calming feeling…especially members of my family. You can make a gloomy day brighter. You can take away pain by us giving it to you. Yes, we have to let go of it, or we will continue to hurt. You are so willing to receive our problems. Your magnificence is too great to ever imagine, because You are ready to do this for every person on this earth. Your presence is everywhere. Ea


  TRUST GOES BOTH WAYS      God trusts us to trust Him.   It is as simple as that!   Isaiah 26:3 says: “You will keep in perfect peace those whose minds are steadfast, because they trust in You.”      God created us in His image.   His image is not physical, it is ethereal!   God is love.   God is faith.   He is peace, assurance, joy, dependability, endurance, forgiving, grace, hope, intimate, present, rest, victorious, sufficient, thankful, and trusting.   He expects us to be the same.      Once we recognize He exists and that He gave His only begotten Son to die for us, we belong to Him.   The people who do not recognize this fact are the ones who will suffer in life.   We live in a broken world full of sin.   It is not always our fault that we sin.   It is human nature.   God does not sin and He expects us to do the same.   That takes a conscious effort on our part.   He gave up His Son to pay for our sins.   We should be thankful He gave us a way to get to heaven!   It ta