Daily Prayable: 1 Simple Way to Turn Your Luck Around - Sunday, January 23, 2011
I fall short, but You are my help. I am no angel, but I look to You. I am not strong, but You are unshakable. I may not be perfect, but I am willing. For in my weakness, I have Your grace. For tough decisions, I have Your Spirit. For every need, I have You.
- Ngozi Nwabineli
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