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Prayer, Thought for Today

My prayers today is of the Apostle Paul's myriad prayers to persons and country's that he came in to contact with. This I also give utterance in my prayers for each also. I have listed the chapter's and verses of those prayers for your edification. I pray that all will read and adhere to those prayers of the Apostle Paul as I also give supplication. In Jesus' name of who we serve and pray through. Amen. -Rev. Lynwood F. Mundy 1. Prayer and Praise - ROMANS 1:8–12 2. Instruction in Prayer - ROMANS 15:5–7 3. Prayer in Hope - ROMANS 15:13 4. Prayer for Peace - ROMANS 15:33 5. Prayer for Insight - ROMANS 16:25–27 6. Prayer for Weaker Brothers - 1 CORINTHIANS 1:4–7 7. Prayer Concerning Tribulation - 2 CORINTHIANS 1:3–5 8. Prayer in Affliction - 2 CORINTHIANS 12:7–10 9. Prayer of Benediction - 2 CORINTHIANS 13:14 10. Prayer of Gratitude - EPHESIANS 1:3 …

Fresh Start Devotionals

Finding Gold I never liked Susan’s blue Dodge. Susan says I didn’t like it because she made me trade in a perfectly good pickup to buy it. Susan was pregnant with our second son at the time and refused to ride in the back when he was born. So what else could we do? The two of us and two car seats wouldn’t fit in the pickup, so without any research, we traded in the pickup and got the car. For ten years I didn’t like that car. (Even though Susan let me buy another pickup a couple of years later.) It wasn’t very reliable and didn’t handle very well. It was a bad choice that we had to live with for a decade. Two years ago, we traded in the old blue eye sore (We only got $200.00 for it, but I was so glad to get rid of it I didn’t argue with the salesman) and bought Susan her gold Chevy. Before we settled on what car to buy, we went down to the book store and bought a half dozen books or magazines about the 98 cars. Price and safety were our major concerns. We scattered the books all …

Amazing Grace : 366 Inspiring Hymn Stories for Daily Devotions

March 14 STANDING ON THE PROMISES Words and Music by R. Kelso Carter, 1849–1928 For all the promises of God in Him are yea, and in Him Amen, unto the glory of God by us. (2 Corinthians 1:20 KJV) All of us have times in life when a crisis or problem seems larger than we can possibly bear, and we become very fearful. Often, however, the Lord has to get our attention through such an adversity to cause us once more to rely solely on His promises. Bible scholars have pointed our that the phrase “fear not” appears in the Bible 365 times—a reassuring promise for each day of the year. A daily dependence upon the divine promises is the only real remedy for our human fears. Often even well-intentioned parents make hasty promises to their children, promises they are unable to fulfill. How different are the promises of God! They are “yea and amen,” the only assurances on which we can securely stand. The author and composer, Russell Kelso Carter, was an unusually talented and versatile person.…