…when He is all that we need? April 1, 2010 from “Daily Prayer to Jesus”
|Jesus, it is in my hour of need that I see Your powerful provision in my life. When I am in need of comfort, You are my Comforter. When I am in need of courage You go before me. When I am in need of friendship You are my friend that sticks closer than a brother. When I am in need of stability You are the Anchor for my soul. When I am in need of finances You own the cattle on a thousand hills. When I am in need of peace You are the peacemaker. When I am in need of food You are the Bread of Life. When I am thirsty You are the living water that leads to eternal life. You are my Shepherd and I shall never be in want of anything. Thank You for meeting every need I have. Amen.|
We hope you’re having a joyful and blessed Easter Week. No matter what this week brings, we can have the peace and assurance that nothing can separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus. He died so that we could be forgiven of our sins and be free. He rose again to prove that death and sin have no power over us and that He would return for us so that we can live forever in God’s presence, if we believe in Him as our Savior.
- “How do I know if I really believe?
- “God will never accept me”
- “I’m not sure, I want more information”
See the Christianity Page. And most of all, pray to God, talk to Him.
For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons,neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord. –Romans 8:38-39
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