Daily Prayable: How to Have a Day Without Drama - Thursday, February 10, 2011
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Am I allowed to have a day where nothing seems to make sense? You know I'm not a complainer, and I always make an effort to make things better. This may seem minuscule, but grant me a day with no major drama.
I'm not saying that I expect You to solve all my problems. Just asking for a run of the mill day. Make all the lights green when I need them. Chasten the dog before he tears up the sofa. These things may seem small, but what others may call a lucky break I know as Providence.
- Ruth Williams
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On : Barb said, "Oh I really do like this one. One tries to be quite at times, but we have to ask ourselves are we? I know i'm asking GOD to reveal to me what I should do about a certain sitition.. a friend and I was talking about this last night as well, and then this morning this, makes me wonder am I'm willing listening or for some reason I think I am, but I am not...so this hit home with me today." : Garen Abelsky Ripley said, "By being quiet , still and listening ! also by watching the daily miracles that God manifests in my life and the ones that I love !" : Sheri Springer Wilson said, "Pray & meditate on God's word each day. Continue to trust have hope in the Lord. :)"
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Thursday 10th February 2011
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