Monday, December 21, 2009
I am praying for my son, at this very moment. It seems that so many roadblocks have been set before my son. I pray that this is all part of your Divine plan. Father, you know the struggles that my son is facing. Father, you know what is going on-- at this very moment-- where my son needs a miracle. I thank you, God, for the abundant grace and mercy you've given to my son. Thank you, God, that today I am on vacation. My son and I have things to take care of. I pray that you will fill my heart with Godly wisdom, at this very moment. Help me to know what things I can and cannot do to help him. I pray that you will use me as your conduit to do your work in his life. I pray that you will help me to accept the things that I have no control over. I pray that my son will cry out to you, Lord-- and not hear the voice of darkness that brings him down.
I pray for my son's health, and that you will fill him with the courage that he needs to deal with the physical agony of his withdrawals.
Father, I am asking that you will bring peace and calm to the soul of a mother, who is agonizing over her son's pain.
Christmas is a difficult time for so many families. I pray that those who are in need of a miracle, that only you can do, will feel your power and presence.
I pray for joy, today, in my son's heart. Thank you, Fahter, that you hear our prayers. I pray for my blogger friends who are dealing with their own struggles-- that you will fill their hearts with encouragement and hope.
I pray that you will set my son free of the bondage of addiction.