A fellow believer In great despair, A child of God Needs urgent prayer. We ask you to pray For one of our own In the privacy of Your "Home Sweet Home". Uniting in spirit From 7 till 8, We'll pray in agreement So please don't be late. We're seeking deliverance From Satan's grip. And each intercesser Can offer a tip, A word of wisdom, An insight or two,
A special word God has given to you.
Father forgive me. I've done it again. I've run way ahead, not taking your hand. You give me a thought and I leap in the flesh, Eager to go, but forgetting to mesh. It's not an intentional act of my will. But insenstitive, rather than quiet and still. Help me to listen and hear what you say, Discerning and gleaning, to heed and obey.
My friend is in need And I'm lacking the way To know how to help, To know what to say. Help me, dear God, To be a support, Fervent in prayer With a good report, Speaking encouragement, Lending an ear, Showing her love By just "being there".
Rain clouds are hovering Sun disappears Life becomes dark Increasing our cares We can be positive Most of the time But trials will come And darkness we'll find It feels like you live In a foreign land As you wait upon God To come take your hand Time marches on And you're down to the wire As you need to be lifted Out of the mire Needing your feet To be set on a rock Wishing for God To turn back the clock But He in His wisdom Knows what we need And as we continue To seek and to plead He will accomplish What concerns us All that we need And what He deems best It seems so uncanny And yet this is true He'll use it for good Because He loves you!
My friend is turning sixty, A monumental year. Help me to congratulate, To bless her and to cheer. Tell this friend that sixty Is truly a good age, Bringing clearer vision And a more relaxed stage. Tell her dear God Another good thing... The merits of victory Will make her heart sing. All that she's been through And all she's endured... Deserving a medal, Of which she's assured. Loving and serving The Lord up above, He's watching and smiling At her with such love.
We never know what life is like In other people’s shoes. Although we talk and share, We may not have a clue. Despite the commonality Of symptoms and such, We all have other issues That make our life more tough. So each is individual, Unique to only us. And living without judgement Would really be a plus!
How lovely the moment When we in our prayer Can sense your sweet presence And genuine care How special the times Of intimacy When confiding in you And being set free How awesome the power We see in your hand The works of the spirit And marvelous plan How sweet is the victory That we can receive If deep in our hearts We truly believe
May my life be unassuming,
Unoffensive or humble.
Since this is life after the fall,
May I not tumble.
May I meet your expectations
And may I with you stand tall.
May the good that people see in me
Be known to be your call.