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Pray For the Peace of Jerusalem






Our Father in Heaven
Hallowed Your Most Holy Name!
You Alone Are Worthy. You Alone Are Holy
You Alone Are the One True God!

Abba, Father,
There Will Always be People Who Love Us
And people Who Hate Us.
Help us keep Our Eyes Upon You
And not upon what others think of us.
Comfort us when we are attacked,
Help Us the Discern and choose Our Battles Wisely.

We pray for the Repentance, Restoration, and Renewal of Our Beloved Nation.
We Pray For Families,
that They will prosper and Grow in You
We Pray For Children,
That They will Be Raised to Love You

We Pray For The Swift and Sure Coming of Messiah,
Blessed Be He,
To Establish His Kingdom,
and Make All Things Right.




Blessings To All Who Visit This Garden of Prayer.



Hallelujah and Amen

ML/LTOS


1 posted on 11/02/2013 4:29:19 AM PDT by left that other site
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Pray For the Peace of Jerusalem






Remember, when, in our Studies of Family in Scripture, we learned about Mephibosheth? He was the son of Jonathan who had been in a childhood accident and was handicapped. King David, in honor of his friendship with Jonathan, had given him a place at the Royal Table.
Now, However, there has been a political coup, and David is on the run. Ziba, a servant of Mephibosheth remembers the kindness of David and brings him provisions, but the other members of the family are not so gracious.

We have seen similar acrimony during transitions of political power in our own time.

The inspiring thing is David's reaction. To the one who helps, he is gracious and thankful. Although Ziba is a mere servant, he is now awarded Mephibosheth's estate.

As for the hateful abusers, David's response is that his own Family Sorrows outweigh anything this Benjaminite can do or say, and he shows mercy by not ordering the miscreant to be executed. Family issues can be overwhelming, but they should not cloud our judgement or make us bitter. We still have to live in the "Real World" no matter what happens.

Come and pray For the Peace of Jerusalem, For Families and FRiends in Need, For Persecuted Believers, and For Our Beloved Nation.

Blessings To All Who Visit This Garden of Prayer.



Hallelujah and Amen

ML/LTOS


2 posted on 11/02/2013 4:51:29 AM PDT by left that other site (You Shall Know the Truth, and the Truth Shall Set You Free...John 8:32)
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Amen~! Praying for God’s PEACE in Jerusalem...and here in our beloved USA.


3 posted on 11/02/2013 5:29:16 AM PDT by pollywog ("O Thou who changest not, abide with me.".......)
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