Daily Prayable: Here's How to Show 'Em You Mean It - Saturday, January 22, 2011
Give me the strength and wisdom to face all adversities in life, no matter how large or trivial. Though I know You are always with me, I sometimes forget when I am wrapped up in a struggle. The only thing I need is a gentle nudge; the reminder that You soldier on along side me. Help me to stop and realize, You will never let me down.
- Dawn Tanner
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: Janet Elaine Smith said "What a delightful prayer. My grandmother had some prisms on the window sill in her living room. How we loved to watch the colors refract as the sun passed through them. Thanks for wonderful memories." : Brendalyn Chaney (kchaney11) tweeted "@Prayables Lord help me to hold out. It gets rough sometimes. Pray all day long, work home driving all of that"
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