I posted this October 2020, but it is still my prayer for you.
Today as I was driving home from the store I stopped at a stoplight. I looked up at the fluffy white clouds across the blue sky. The sun was shining through them and I had the thought, “What if Jesus came back right now? What would that look like?”
I don’t even think I could describe the beauty we’ll see when He returns, but some days I long for that day to come.
So, today I just want to say a prayer over you. Over your healing, your journey, and all you are encountering to get better amid these crazy times in our world today. I wish you all the best my dear friends,
I come before You today to ask for You to guide each person who is reading this. Shower them with Your blessings so they can feel Your love. Each person needs healing and though they may wish for You to heal them all in an instant, we know Your plans are different.
As You take them on a journey to that healing, teach each of them along the way. I ask You shine through to them in the dark times, the dark and lonely days and nights of being a trauma survivor. Provide the comfort they need and long for when no other people are around. Remind them You never leave of forsake them, ever.
Bring to mind all You have done for them when the world seems to be closing in on them. Remind them they have nothing to fear as long as You are with them. You have an ultimate plan for their lives and in Your time all will be revealed. May they continue to seek You and Your will as they go through each day.
Remind them this journey is a marathon and not a sprint. What they are doing to work through their traumatic events will be used in this life or in eternity. Nothing is lost when done with You.
Thank You for loving every single one of these precious people who have endured more evil than most can imagine. Hold them close today and in each day to come. We love You.
“I pray that out of his glorious riches he may strengthen you with power through his Spirit in your inner being, so that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith.
And I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, may have power, together with all the Lord’s holy people, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ.” Ephesians 3:16-18
In Jesus Name I ask all of this,
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