My devotional!

Today's devotion from Jesus Always, Embracing Joy in His Presence " perfect for me: "I am training you in patient endurance. This lesson is not for the faint/hearted. However, it is a rich blessing and aspect of sharing in my Kingdom and my suffering. Patient endurance can only be developed through hardship. Rejoice, my beloved, for I am polishing your character till it shines with the Lifht of My Glory." So, "this little light of mine, I'm gonna let it shine". I thank each one of you for your prayers and words of encouragement. God bless you, one and all!

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  • God Bless you and you also have a great day:)

  • agapepilgrim i think your devotional hit the nail on the head, it certainly speaks to you, blessings Jimeka 🦋 🌈 🤗 🙏 🍫

  • Our little quilt group is praying for you, as are so many others. I hope you're on you're way to feeling much better and on the road to joy!

  • Lovely devotional. It hit the mark with me. Pain and MS suffering bring us closer to JESUS.

    Thank you for putting out this Word.

  • Although nothing as bad as yours I to an going thru some pretty hard trials. I have a couple of family members with drug problems and this past week has been pure hell dealing with all their problems. You post helps put a light in my heart. I also need all the prayers of all. Hope things get better for you cause yes Jesus loves us in all circumstances. God bless. Love to all.

    Donnie.

  • Doubled51 Praying for you

  • Donnie hang in there it's got to get better, you are on the list for prayers, what I do I will ask God to help all the people with MS. I know it feels like he isn't listening but if we pray for help some way he's going to be there for us. I will say a prayer for your family.

    Good luck this week, one day at a time.

  • Thank you for your prayers and encouragement. Hopefully things are turning around. One was going to check into rehab today if they would take her. She didn't go voluntarily but situations made her. But haven't heard what happened yet but hopefully if she gets straight she can see the mess she has gotten herself into. She's close to losing her husband and her kids. So all prayers are certainly appreciated. God bless and keep you.

    Donnie

  • Beautiful. May our Lord bring you many blessings this day.

  • May the Lord bless you and keep you. We all love you so much! Kelly

  • agapepilgrim Beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing! God bless you too! :)

  • Doubled51 iwill be praying my neice said it's the hardest thing she has experyto see her daughter go to rehab but we are all praying and begging Hod for mercy. It's such a strong evil word todaysnd without a very strong anchor in Christ Jesus it is easy to get lost. I pray every day for guidance, wisdom how many drugs, how much dependence on His healing touch. I want my mind clear to hear the Spirit leading me. And same for you. One time when I had a bad PTSD flare up and was put on strong psychotic drugs I couldn't feel the Holy Spirit and I was lost. Don't want to take that strong stuff again!! I depend on the wisdom and empathy I find in this place, and on my knees, and from the Bible and I will make it one day at a time. As we pray for our loved ones, they will someday make it Home, also!

  • It scares me because a few years the psychatrist I was seeing at the time had me on so many drugs that I lost 8 years of my life. I was a trustee and a member of the pastors staff so I thought I was doing God's work Even while I was spaced out. I finally went to rehab 5 1/2 years ago and got my life back. Xaxax was my nemisis. When taking them I had no problems but now I know I had no life. It was the best thing I've ever done next to giving my life to Jesus. I just hope it has the same result on my grandaughter. God has his hand on her so I pray she needs the warning she's been given. We've been praying for this to happen for a while. Praying it works. I spent my time in MRI tube today praying for her and for guidance when she gets out. God bless and good luck on your granddaughter

    Donnie.

  • Good luck to you.

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