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Saturday, August 7, 2010

Prayer is the best tool I was given...

Im doing a Sunday School lesson on Prayer for my two and three year old class.
I Pray and ask God to tug on me and remind me when we haven`t talked for a couple of hours.I know Im back sliding if I forget to pray.
I Was a teacher for spelling a few years ago in my church the building was built in the 1800`s we had to close the school down Im praying that God will bring us the money or building to reopen I had free time in between classes and as Moses arms were lifted up the same was happening in my life.I was able to spend time in the church praying it wasn't the church that made this time special it was a special place God and I set an appointment for us to talk it was if we were on a mountain I am so blessed to know I Can pray in any position or any place.When we closed the school the battles in my life went down hill I didnt find another quiet place to meet with God I Stayed home with my children and if you are a Mom you know exactly how its almost impossible to pray alone.Im glad I can still pray all day in any position and any place its not like the mountain top but we still can talk and I still can talk of the wonderful things he does and the mighty power he has.
I Have seven children I raised I am almost at an empty nest My teen age son I Have left asked me Is it going to be hard when I go off to college?My answer back is I Love my son and I will miss him but I have the best time of my years coming up to be alone with my God.It reminds me of my husband when my other son was living at home he got most of the attention because he was the oldest but when he moved out my younger son got so much closer to his Dad.A woman that is not married is closer to God the one married is caring for her husband.What I love is to please my husband and that pleases God.

Job 8:12 Whilst it is yet in his greenness, and not cut down, it withereth before any other herb.
8:13 So are the paths of all that forget God; and the hypocrite's hope shall perish:

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