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Pray for my daughter

Pray that my daughter can seek God's help.

Two years ago my daughter found me passed out on my couch. She she believed I was dead.
I was not dead, I was drunk. I wanted to die and thought I could do it with alcohol and no one would miss me.
But God saved me and so did my daughter. But after 2 years of sobriety, she says I have disappointed her and embarassed her once again. She recently said she was severing me from her life. She doesn't ever want to hear from me. It breaks my heart. I pray that she will realize that the terrible things she said to me were disrespectful and mean. God please help her to understand that I love her and am grateful for all she has done for me, but I do not deserve this treatment. Not now. Pray that she finds the Lord and learns forgiveness.

luvtadance -6/24/2005
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