RSS Feed

Tag Archives: prayer

How Courage Opens Up the Way for Miracles {A Guest Post by Sue Domingos)

Posted on
How Courage Opens Up the Way for Miracles {A Guest Post by Sue Domingos)

COURAGE is a much-needed quality of spirit for all of us as we face the challenges along the way on our journeys. 

The very first thing God asked me to do soon after I was saved that required GREAT COURAGE was for me to go to my alcoholic and abusive father and ask for forgiveness for my responses to his actions. Whoa…I had only been a Christian for a short time when the Holy Spirit encountered me, asking me to go and ask his forgiveness.  Looking back I can see that I would have gone no further without this being taken care of. God knew. So I obeyed. It was NOT easy.

Read the rest of this entry

Psalm 51: A Prayer for My Unfaithful Husband

Posted on
Psalm 51: A Prayer for My Unfaithful Husband

A prayer for my unfaithful husband? I’m sure you’re wondering why I am praying for my husband who chose to betray our marriage covenant. Honestly, sometimes I wonder the same thing.

Infidelity in marriage is such a complex form of pain and trauma. Everyone’s story is different and deep no matter what the circumstances of the betrayal are. All stories of marital infidelity, at least the ones I’ve come across, come with a thick layer of anger that relentlessly bubbles to the top. While anger is a prominent feeling when we’re wounded, it is not the root feeling. Anger ignored, no matter the root, will turn to bitterness and bitterness steals our peace.

Read the rest of this entry

Simply Pray by Randi Miles

Posted on
Simply Pray by Randi Miles

It was 2:30 A.M. and I awoke with an urgency in my spirit like never before.  I needed to pray for my son.  Our son Caleb was in Indonesia at the time so I laid in bed and prayed.  “Lord please be with him.”  I thought I could go back to sleep but there was no way.  My soul was restless with urgency and I began to cry, and cry out to our mighty God for his safety, his health, over and over again.  It was a good 45 minutes to an hour before I had peace and could go back to bed.

Read the rest of this entry