Good Days…Bad Days With Maureen Pratt

Good Days…Bad Days With Maureen Pratt


Prayer When You Hit a Dead End

posted by mpratt
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Oh, Lord, I’ve been told that there is nothing that can be done,

that I’ve run out of options,

that I’ve hit a dead end.

But I know that you, Lord, are endless, timeless, all-knowing and all-loving.

I know, too, that in every moment of life there is grace and light.

Please, Lord, bring me your wisdom and patience.

Fill my heart with hope that rests in you and your Salvation.

Make your way, that has no end, clear to me and all those upon whom I rely.

And help me to rest in the truth,

“With God, all things are possible.”

                                                                       Amen.

My prayers are with you!

Maureen



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