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We Need Patience! (WAITING ON THE LORD)


I thought this message might be appropriate for this time in our current situation, house arrest, face masks, not working, can’t go to church, fake news, riots, I can go on and on but I think you get my point. Personally, I can’t see how a God fearing Christian can vote for anyone condoning baby killing (abortion), rioting, the rainbow movement or any number of things being forced down our throats in the name of “political correctness” … what a bunch of hogs wash! I can’t believe someone would hate an individual so much, that they would go along with destroying our country and our way of life. It is beyond my understanding.

I pray the Lord will intervene and stop this craziness and violence. We really need to  exercise our patience and faith, and yes … wait upon the Lord.

Hey! now don’t stop reading because I said that … this advice comes from a much source  higher than me, I’m just the messenger, let me show you where it comes from …

PSALM 25:3-5

3 Indeed, none of those who wait for You will be ashamed; Those who deal treacherously without cause will be ashamed.

Make me know Your ways, O Lord; Teach me Your paths.
Lead me in Your truth and teach me, For You are the God of my salvation;
For You I wait all the day.

 ROMANS 8:28

28 And we know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose.

 Waiting for God’s timing is neither passive nor idle—it takes discipline and commitment. I can think of four basic requirements for successful waiting.

ISAIAH 55:8-9

8 “For My thoughts are not your thoughtsNor are your ways My ways,” declares the Lord.

9 “For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are My ways higher than your ways

And My thoughts than your thoughts.”

FaithThe Lord’s ways and timing are nothing like ours (Isaiah. 55:8-9). From a human standpoint, He usually does things in a totally different way than we expect. But as we trust Him more, we’ll discover that His approach isn’t so strange after all. And when we live in harmony with God’s will, His timing starts to make sense.

Humility. To wait for the Lord, you must be convinced of your need for Him. Submission to His divine will requires humility—you cannot charge ahead with your own plans and at the same time be fully surrendered to God.

Patience. Are you willing to remain in your current position until you receive clear divine direction? Pausing for clarity from God does not mean that you disengage and allow circumstances to fall apart around you. Waiting upon the Lord is a deliberate decision that requires patience.

Courage. Waiting for God often takes courage, especially when there is pressure to act. If you’re not careful, you might stop listening to the Lord and follow other advice. So keep your ear attuned to the voice of Almighty God, and you won’t go wrong.

Waiting upon the Lord is one of the wisest, most important decisions we make in life. And contrary to popular assumptions, it is an active endeavor that requires faith, humility, patience, and courage. When you rely upon God and wait for His timing, the various facets of life fall into place.

ISAIAH 40:28-31

28 Do you not know? Have you not heard?
The Everlasting God, the Lord, the Creator of the ends of the earth
Does not become weary or tired.
His understanding is inscrutable.
29 He gives strength to the weary,
And to him who lacks might He increases power.
30 Though youths grow weary and tired,
And vigorous young men stumble badly,
31 Yet those who [a]wait for the Lord
Will gain new strength;
They will [
b]mount up with [c]wings like eagles,
They will run and not get tired,
They will walk and not become weary.


  1. Isaiah 40:31 or hope in
  2. Isaiah 40:31 or sprout wings
  3. Isaiah 40:31 or pinions

 God has a purpose and plan for your life, and His timing is perfect. Sometimes He answers our prayers with “yes” or “no.” But at other times, He says “not now”–when that is the case, we can avail ourselves of the rich rewards that come when we wait.

One very practical blessing is that God strengthens us as we lean on Him during delays. Isaiah 40:31 tells us that “those who wait for the Lord will gain new strength.” We are given the metaphor of an eagle with wind beneath his wings. It is interesting to note that the words “wind” and “spirit” come from the same Greek word—pneuma (NOO-MUH). The spirit of God lifts us up, and His energy and strength sustain us as we abide in Him.

2 CHRON. 20:15

1 Now the Spirit of God came on Azariah the son of Oded, 2 and he went out to meet Asa and said to him, “Listen to me, Asa, and all Judah and Benjamin: the LORD is with you when you are with Him. And if you seek Him, He will let you find Him; but if you forsake Him, He will forsake you. 3 “For many days Israel was without the true God and without a teaching priest and without law. 4 “But in their distress they turned to the LORD God of Israel, and they sought Him, and He let them find Him. 5 “In those times there was no peace to him who went out or to him who came in, for many disturbances afflicted all the inhabitants of the lands. 6 “Nation was crushed by nation, and city by city, for God troubled them with every kind of distress. 7 “But you, be strong and do not lose courage, for there is reward for your work.” 8 Now when Asa heard these words and the prophecy which Azariah the son of Oded the prophet spoke, he took courage and removed the abominable idols from all the land of Judah and Benjamin and from the cities which he had captured in the hill country of Ephraim. He then restored the altar of the LORD which was in front of the porch of the LORD. 9 He gathered all Judah and Benjamin and those from Ephraim, Manasseh and Simeon who resided with them, for many defected to him from Israel when they saw that the LORD his God was with him. 10 So they assembled at Jerusalem in the third month of the fifteenth year of Asa’s reign. 11 They sacrificed to the LORD that day 700 oxen and 7,000 sheep from the spoil they had brought. 12 They entered into the covenant to seek the LORD God of their fathers with all their heart and soul; 13 and whoever would not seek the LORD God of Israel should be put to death, whether small or great, man or woman. 14 Moreover, they made an oath to the LORD with a loud voice, with shouting, with trumpets and with horns. 15 All Judah rejoiced concerning the oath, for they had sworn with their whole heart and had sought Him earnestly, and He let them find Him. So the LORD gave them rest on every side. 

When we are facing a difficult decision, the real key is learning to wait. There is no verse of Scripture that tells us to take control and fight our own battles. God is the one who fights them on our behalf

Listen to what happened to Asa when he listened;

PSALM 40:1-3

1 I waited patiently for the LORD; And He inclined to me and heard my cry

2 He brought me up out of the pit of destruction, out of the miry clay, And He set my feet upon a rock, making my footsteps firm

3 He put a new song in my mouth, a song of praise to our GodMany will see and fear and will trust in the Lord.

 When David faced his greatest battles, he waited upon the Lord. God delivered him from destruction and set his feet on solid ground. (Psalm 40:1-3) He will do the same for you. When you abide in Him, He gives supernatural energy to accomplish the things He requires of you—His Spirit does for you what you cannot do for yourself.

In reading through the Scriptures, we see that every time one of God’s saints gains a victory, he or she is waiting and trusting in the Lord. You can likewise experience triumph in your life. When you have the omnipotent Creator of the universe acting on your behalf, you can’t lose.

Do you know Jesus Christ as your personal savior? If you died in the next moment, do you know where you would go? Those are two of the most important you can ask yourself and answer honestly. Both those questions are really between you and God.  If you want to know more, we have a lot that can help you understand more on this website. Accepting Jesus doesn’t end your life, on the contrary, you will have started on an adventure that will never end.

How’s your way been working? … Come on now, it’s just you and me. I’m not talking wealth, toys or recognition. All that goes away when you die. Is there an eternity, a life hereafter, or … nothing? It’s your choice. I’ve made mine and I hope I get to see you there … 

I’d love to say, ” I told you so! ”  I love you in Jesus, until next time, stay safe and KEEP LOOKING UP!   Dusty

 My prayer for you: 

Lord, what a mess we’ve made for ourselves and I believe only you can heal our land. Right now I’m not talking about covid-19, I talking about the self-destructive course our country has put itself on. Lord, I ask you to intervene, to touch hearts and bring our country back in line with your word. I pray for an end to the violence and the people causing the unrest to be revealed and brought to justice.

Lord bless our leaders with wisdom and bring the ones to power that will put this country back on course with your plans for us.

We thank you for what you do and give you all the praise and glory!

In Jesus’ name we pray,







Need Contentment? … Here’s How to Get It!



Here it is another beautiful Sunday and most of us have to make alternate plans for church. and so do we. We are usually visiting churches throughout the nation this time of the year but like many other evangelists, we are shut down too. This still doesn’t keep us from getting the gospel out to people who want to stop by here and study the message The Lord gave me for you all to read and meditate on.

Unless you have Jesus in your heart … truly in your heart, these times can certainly steal your contentment and joy and allow fear and depression to creep in. As Christians, we have a source we can go to that the world can’t.

For us as believers, contentment should be governed by the inner attitude and the decisions we make rather than by external circumstances. Because Paul had learned this secret, he was able to experience joy and peace in any kind of situation–whether he was surrounded by friends or isolated in a Roman prison; whether he had plenty or was in great need.

The apostle understood what it meant to live in Christ and to have Christ living in him (John 15:1-9; Gal. 5:22-23). He had made a simple but profound faith decision to draw his life from the Lord and, as a result, had the calm assurance that what he possessed inside could never be stolen. He was confident in his identity as a child of the Almighty, with full access to the abundant life Jesus offers.

I want to challenge you–this week when something threatens to steal your contentment, choose to draw from God; decide to stop drawing from other sources, and trying to be in control. When you find yourself becoming flustered, anxious, or angry, stop and say, “Lord, You are my source, and I draw from You the capacity to be kind. I draw from You the forgiveness I need to extend right now. I draw from You the love I need to express.” This decision is a matter of simple trust.

Watch and see how God will quiet your spirit and provide confidence when you draw only from Him as your source. You’ll be surprised at your own attitude: when you respond from within–rather than from the flesh–Jesus will give you the ability to respond as He would. Here are some of  the scriptures that can unlock The Secret of Contentment:

Philippians 4:4-13

4 Rejoice in the Lord alwaysagain I will sayrejoice

5 Let your gentle spirit be known to all men. The Lord is near

6 Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God

7 And the peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus

8 Finallybrethren,whatever is truewhatever is honorablewhatever is right

whatever is purewhatever is lovely, whatever is of good reputeif there is any excellence and if anything worthy of praisedwell on these things

9 The things you have learned and received and heard and seen in me, practice these things, and the God of peace will be with you.

God’s Provisions

10 But I rejoiced in the Lord greatly, that now, at last, you have revived your concern for me; indeed, you were concerned before, but you lacked opportunity

11 Not that I speak from want, for I have learned to be content in whatever circumstances I am

12 I know how to get along with humble means, and I also know how to live in prosperity; in any and every circumstance I have learned the secret of being filled and going hungryboth of having abundance and suffering need

13 I can do all things through Him who strengthens me.


The apostle Paul says he has learned the secret of experiencing contentment in all circumstances, good or bad. Does it surprise you that he wrote this when he was in prison, unsure of his future?

We’re often discontent even when all is going well. Consequently, we wonder how it’s possible to be truly content during our most difficult trials, especially when there’s no end in sight. So what is genuine contentment? Paul is speaking of a freedom from worry and frustration about everything in life–even unfulfilled desires.

It’s usually when we cannot control or change our situation that we feel discontentment. As long as our satisfaction depends on whether certain things actually work out, we’ll allow circumstances to cheat us out of peace. I’m not saying there’s some spiritual stage where you will never again experience anxiety or frustration. But what matters is how we respond when those feelings grip us.

This is something that the apostle had to learn. Paul endured amazing suffering, from shipwrecks and hunger to unjust imprisonment and beatings (2 Cor. 11:24-30). He had gone through countless situations that were uncertain, extraordinarily painful, and seemingly hopeless. But he finally discovered that contentment could not be dependent upon his circumstances.

How do you respond when circumstances are out of your control? Do you get angry? Do you try to escape? Does despair make you want to give up? Paul chose to give his anxieties to Jesus in exchange for peace that “surpasses all comprehension” (Phil. 4:7). That same peace is available to you!

Stop worrying about the rioters, pray, and give it to God. Worry is one of the main-line tools of satan, it’s not from God! COVID 19 isn’t either, it’s got you scared? Fear is the opposite faith. Are you going to cower in a corner or trust Jesus? Didn’t He tell us He would walk through the valley with us (Psalm 23)? Jesus isn’t a lier, so reach up grab a hold and hang on, even when the ride gets bumpy He’s got your back! He is the living Lord and is going to bring us through this …

Thanks for spending a little of your Sunday with me. I hope you know by now you can always make a comment or ask questions, just go to the comment page, and if you want it to be just between you and me fire off an email or give me a phone call (or text) 907.315.3394.

Until we get together next Time …KEEP LOOKING UP!

Many Blessings


My prayer for You: 

Precious Heavenly Father,

Giver of all good things, we come to you with one voice to praise your name and to thank you for your love.

Father, we need you and ask your forgiveness for our sins. We ask you to strengthen our faith and give us courage to face these times of strife and sickness in our land.

I pray our country will unite and become the godly nation it once was.

Lord, I ask for healing to start in this country and spread throughout the world proclaiming you as Lord and savior … Touch hearts!

In Jesus name, we pray,



Who’s Really the Enemy? … Here’s How You handle It …

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In this time of voluntary lockdown (house arrest), most of us have time on our hands we’ve never had before and how we handle this unexpected difficulty can be a challenge. For the first time in the United States, our churches are forced to close, our favorite set down restaurant has been turned into a carryout only and when in public we have to stand six feet apart and smile at our friends even though they can’t see it because a mask covering our mouth and nose we are also forced to wear.

How’s all that make you feel? … Scared? … Worried … or even a little mad? Here we can walk on the moon, live in space for a year (talk about lockdown) and we all know big brother has his eye on all of us, but they can’t find a cure for the common cold much less eradicate COVID 19.  Are we being manipulated? Hmmm … Got you thinking? … Good! You’re even a little mad, I mean those Sadducees and Pharisees … whoops! I mean those politicians and, and what? Do we protest (how’s that working so far?).  Even though we may feel like the government is our enemy about now, ( and they may well be … I don’t know.) How Did Jesus handle His enemies?

Come on now, you’re a Christian … aren’t you? Let’s get a little biblical insight into how we’re doing by looking at the living word. Turn your bibles to John 7:25-39. Is Jesus protesting, yelling, and demanding His rights or is he making an offer of another way?

And I hope you see that part of the answer to whether he is the kind of person you might want to come to is that he is speaking these words to his enemies. He is issuing a totally open-ended invitation to everyone in the sound of his voice, and in the sound of mine, to come to him and drink. And the only qualification he mentions is thirst. Verse 37: “If anyone (anyone!) — any Pharisee, any chief priest, any officer trying to arrest me, any offended person — if anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink.”

Do you remember how near the end of his life Jesus looked out over this city and cried,

O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, the city that kills the prophets and stones those who are sent to it! How often would I have gathered your children together as a hen gathers her brood under her wings, and you would not! (Matthew 23:37)

How often I stretched out my hands to you! This is one of those times. How many times have you heard him say this to you in your life? “If anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink.” Amazing. He is saying this to his enemies. And he is saying to you.

What Coming to Him Means

And what would it mean if you came?

Let’s answer that by looking at five things: the thirst, the coming to drink, the rivers that flow from the heart, the reference to the Spirit coming after Jesus is glorified, and the fact that this was prophesied in Scripture.

  1. Three Things Implied in Thirsting

Verse 37: “If anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink.” It seems to me that there are three wonderful things implied in the words “if anyone thirsts.”

First is that the gift of the water is free. The condition you must meet is need. “If anyone thirsts.” That’s the condition. And the action you must take is to drink. Receive the gift. There is no thought here of earning or meriting. Anyone. Anyone who knows his own thirst is invited.

Second, the human soul has thirst. We know he is not talking about physical thirst. That’s clear. But what he is saying is that the soul has something like physical thirst. When you go without water your body gets thirsty. And the soul, when it goes without God, gets thirsty. Your body was made to live on water. Your soul was made to live on God.

This is the most important thing to know about yourself. You were made to live on God. You have a soul, a spirit. There is a you that is more than a body. And that you, if it does not drink from the greatness and wisdom and power and goodness and justice and holiness and love of God, will die of thirst.

Third, implied in the word “thirst” is that what Jesus offers is satisfying. The aim of all theology, all study, all biblical learning, all preaching is to spread the satisfying banquet for you to eat with joy, and to protect the kitchen from poison. The aim of cooking is eating. The aim of digging wells and clearing springs is drinking. Everything Jesus came to do and teach is aimed at providing the soul with food and drink that satisfy forever.

That’s what I see in the word “thirst.” The water is free. The soul has a thirst. And Jesus aims to satisfy the soul forever.

  1. Three Observations About Coming to Jesus to Drink

Versed 37–38: “If anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink. Whoever believes in me, as the Scripture has said, ‘Out of his heart will flow rivers of living water.’” Three observations:

First, Jesus is what we drink. “Come to me and drink.” Jesus doesn’t just have what our souls need; he is what our souls need. Recall John 6:35, “I am the bread of life; whoever comes to me shall not hunger, and whoever believes in me shall never thirst.” He is the bread of life. He is the living water. Our souls were made for Jesus. The ache in our hearts is at root an ache for Jesus. This is how the soul lives on God. It lives on Jesus.

Second, the soul can drink. It can swallow. He is speaking spiritually, not materially, when he says, “Come to me and drink.” This drinking is not something you do with your mouth and your throat. You do it with your soul. You do it spiritually. You were made to do this. You are not a mere animal. You were made for this — coming, not physically, but spiritually, to Jesus, and drinking, swallowing the water for your soul that he is.

Third, this coming and drinking are what it means to believe in Jesus. Verses 37–38: “If anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink. Whoever believes in me . . .” That last phrase is another way of saying to come and drink. Coming and drinking Jesus is what happens when we believe. It’s what belief means.

We saw it in the parallel structure of John 6:35: “I am the bread of life; whoever comes to me shall not hunger, and whoever believes in me shall never thirst.” Believing on Jesus is coming to him to eat and drink for our soul’s deepest satisfaction.

So be done forever with the sad notion that saving faith — that believing in Jesus — is a mere decision to believe facts. No. It is coming to him as a feast. A treasure. A banquet. A spring in the desert when we are dying of thirst. This is what the apostle John meant when he connected believing in Jesus and receiving Jesus in John 1:12. Believing is receiving him as water, food, life for the soul.

So those three things: Jesus is the water we need, the soul does the drinking, and that is what believing means — coming to Jesus to drink for our soul’s satisfaction.

  1. The Rivers That Flow from the Soul

Verse 38: “Whoever believes in me, as the Scripture has said, ‘Out of his heart will flow rivers of living water.’” Literally, it says, out of his belly. But the point is our inner being, call it belly, heart, soul, spirit. What does this mean?

It means that when you come to Jesus to drink, you don’t just get a single drink, but you get a spring, a fountain, a well. You get Jesus. Rivers of water will flow because a River-Maker is in you. That’s the point. You will never have to search again for a source of satisfaction for your soul. Every river that needs to flow for the joy of your soul will flow from Jesus. When you come to him, you get him. And he never leaves.

  1. The Spirit of the Glorified Jesus

Verse 39: “Now this he said about the Spirit, whom those who believed in him were to receive, for as yet the Spirit had not been given because Jesus was not yet glorified.”

There was an experience of the Spirit that could not be enjoyed until Jesus had died for our sins, been raised triumphant over death, and ascended to the right of the Father in glory — namely, the experience of fellowship with the Spirit of the glorified, risen Christ. This is what the Father gives to everyone who believes. The presence and power and fellowship of the Spirit of the risen and glorified Christ.

Once Jesus was with us as an incarnate man, and now he is in us by his Spirit. Listen to John 14:16–17: “I will ask the Father, and he will give you another Helper, to be with you forever, even the Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive, because it neither sees him nor knows him. You know him, for he dwells with you and will be in you.”

And he is indeed in everyone who believes in Jesus. Remember what Paul said in Romans 8:9? “Anyone who does not have the Spirit of Christ does not belong to him.” If you come to Christ to drink for your soul’s satisfaction, you get Christ. And now we see that he means: You get the Spirit — the Spirit of God and of Christ.

Christ, as the incarnate Son of God, is in heaven. We can’t see his body now. We walk by faith and not by sight. But he is in us (Romans 8:10). We have the Spirit of the risen and glorified Christ living in us. Which means Christ is in us.

  1. The Witness of Scripture to the Plans of God

Verse 38 again: “Whoever believes in me, as the Scripture has said, ‘Out of his heart will flow rivers of living water.’”

There are so many Old Testament texts that point to this reality. Let me give you just one. Isaiah 58:11: “You shall be like a watered garden, like a spring of water, whose waters do not fail.”

But here is the way we should end — the really wonderful implication for us that God spoke of this reality hundreds of years before it happened. It means that God was planning this for you. God was planning to send his Son. He created you to have an unquenchable soul thirst that could draw you to him. He planned for Jesus to stand in Jerusalem, and for me to write this, and cry out: “If anyone thirsts, let him come to me [Jesus] and drink.”

This is God’s invitation to you. Not just mine. Not just Jesus’s. But God’s. Come, drink, live.

That’s your answer to the times we’re living in. Our hope is in Jesus Christ, not politicians or government or man. It’s time for Ernest prayer, nor self-serving, but a prayer of repentance and of thanksgiving for a living God.

Until we get together next stay safe and live with the joy of the Lord!

My Prayer for You:   

Father, we thank you for your word and your Son. We ask you in His name to forgive us of our sins and show us the path you would have us walk. Father God, help us all to cultivate a forgiving heart. to pray for our enemies and love one another.  I pray for healing in our land and eyes to be opened. I pray that our country would turn to you and ask forgiveness and ask you to bring us back to what you want us to be.

All the praise and glory goes to you Lord, our mighty creator, and giver of all good things.

In the precious name of Jesus, we ask these things,



In the end … How Did You Do?


As the seasons of our lives seem to be only memories now, I’m sure, like me you wonder how time passed so quickly? Some of those memories make you laugh, cry, and even marvel at how you managed to get through some of those deep valleys. Our thoughts turn to our loved ones and friends that have gone on before us, of course, we miss then … that doesn’t go away but as Christians, we have eternity to be with them again … don’t we?

Well, that’s what I want to talk to you about today. Today I’ll tell you how you can be sure where this adventure called life ends you will start a greater one and live forever. Let’s find out how it’s done, and what better example could we use than Paul. Let’s look at what he wrote to Timothy;

2 Timothy 4:6-8 For I am already being poured out as a drink offering, and the time of my departure has come. I have fought the good fight, I have finished the course, I have kept the faith; in the future there is laid up for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will award to me on that day; and not only to me but also to all who have loved His appearing.

Many people think about the last years of life as an opportunity to just relax. But this does not align with God’s purpose for us; He wants us to serve Him all the days of our lives.

Let’s look at the apostle Paul’s journey and explore what it means to finish well. He spent time pouring into others until the very end of his life. Consider the letters he wrote to Timothy from a prison cell prior to being executed. In every season of life, God calls us to serve others.

And notice how, when writing about his life, the apostle chose words descriptive of a battle. He understood the human struggle against sin as well as the challenges of pain and persecution in the trials we all face–even in doing kingdom work like preaching Christ to a fiercely resistant society.

This godly servant’s life was also marked by surrender. His mindset is obvious in these words: “present your bodies a living and holy sacrifice, acceptable to God, which is your spiritual service of worship” (Rom. 12:1). He was not afraid of Nero, nor was he struggling to stay alive. Paul trusted God to determine everything about his life, including where he would go, what he would do, and when he would die. Death did not scare him, because he knew he would dwell with Jesus forever.

God doesn’t require our lives to be perfect in order to finish strong. We can live life fully and be ready to meet our Maker by surrendering, walking victoriously with Christ, and serving others. If Jesus called you home today, would you–like Paul–be confident that you lived well until the end? Have you received Jesus in your heart? (John 14:6) It makes no difference how good a person you’ve been, how much you’ve given, or how many you’ve helped it won’t be enough to get you through the gates. (Ephesians 2:9). That sounds harsh I know but if you could pay your way to heaven that would mean even the worst sinner could be there, look how money and power corrupt our country. Only through Jesus Christ can you enter the kingdom of God and that means putting your faith and trust in Him and Him alone, not politicians, government, or a TV evangelist even. Go to Romans 10:9-10, read that, do that and mean it and your ticket is in hand, already paid for at the cross. once you’ve made that commitment pick up your bible ( if you don’t have one let us know and we’ll send you one for free, including shipping) and get into the living word. If you truly make that comment your life will change forever.

My prayer for you:

Heavenly Father, I ask forgiveness for our sins and your grace and mercy to abound.

Father, your word says you want no one to perish but to have everlasting life. Your word shows us how to do that in Romans 10:9-10, so today, right now, I pray for the person reading this message to ask you into their heart. It’s between you Lord, and them. You know our hearts and you know if the comment is real.  I pray for the lost and somehow, someway they learn about you and make the conscious effort to change their lives and ask you into their hearts.

You are our most high God and know the number of each of our days, I pray for all serving you, no matter their age, they will continue praising your name and being the godly example you expect them to be.

Lord, our country needs you, I pray for godly and righteous leadership to be put in place and all the self-serving, ungodly politicians to be revealed and dealt with according to your word. We need moral healing as well as physical healing and I pray your mercies for that.

I  pray you to radicate this COVID virus for our land, form the world, and healing to begin.

Lord, touch our president, and direct him in the way you want our country to go, give him strength and courage to follow your word and bring us back to a Godly nation.

We thank you, Father, for all your grace and mercy, we give you all the praise and glory!

In Jesus Name we pray,