Daily Prayable: How to Help Your Friend, Help Herself - Sunday, January 30, 2011
Someone I love is buried beneath fear and paralysis. She has forgotten how gloriously You made her. And I seem to have forgotten that Your love for her far exceeds my limited vision.
Forgive me for the many years I've rushed in to do Your job. My trust in You has been wavering and impatient.
Please help me be strong enough to be with her without feeling responsible for her life. May my faith in You be sufficient enough to stop this train.
- Erika Harris
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Karen O. Gwinner said, "Yes, beyond all doubt, you WILL meet your daughter again. I have been through the same heartache with two of my sons when they were babies. They will be there to help us cross over when our time comes. You need to get your strength from God in order to live with this devastating loss."
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