Prayer: Light of Glory and Grace

An angel overlooking a spirit rising from the grace toward Chris who is breaking through stormy clouds to greet other souls who are joining Him.

Jesus, when my soul was weary in the darkness, You cast Your light so that I could have a look at a free and abundant life. When I turned my eyes upon You and looked full in Your wonderful face, the things of earth grew strangely dim in the light of Your glory and Grace.

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A Prayer Request

A woman weeping into her hands in prayer.

I received a prayer request last night from someone in crisis. I ask all who are followers of my profile and group, “Heaven’s Backyard” on Gab, to join me in prayer for him or her. The specifics are not important to publicly share. God knows his situation and need. Let us just pray now to the Lord who is attentive to the prayers of those who desire Him above all.

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Kings and Kingdoms

Shadowy figure of Christ standing on water with arms wide open and sunset and flocks of ducks to His back.

All kings and kingdoms pass away, but the hope of all ages abides in those who believe in and follow Jesus.

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My Friend in Jesus

Picture of a castle on a grassy hillside next to a stream with a light coming from a window in a front tower during a heavy storm.

Jesus is my Savior who guided me, not necessarily to worldly success but, to His light of hope. He is the One who faithfully abided with me where I had been abandoned in the darkness of grief. Where else could I seek such refuge for my soul with a friend who would help me in the end?

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The Compassion of His Mercy

Jesus walking away from us with a child in hand down a dark wooded path toward apparent light on the horizon

God helped me when I was defenseless and fearful in the innocence of my childhood. In doing so, He revealed to me the compassion of His mercy. The Lord is faithful to the innocent as well as the righteous.

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