Prayer

 

DoDaawPrayersA Prayer for
the Women of The Do Daaw Ranch

Father God, thank You for all the women at The Do Daaw Ranch. Give them dreams that are bigger than themselves–so they will have to trust You to make their dream come true. Give them a will and heart to be all You created them to be. Help them to work hard and be successful.
Enable them to be generous to those who are less fortunate. Give them hearts full of love and compassion.
Give them the strength to say “no” to activities that they would later be remorseful about–that they would do what is right for them and for the world around them. Help them to be kind to others.
Protect them from people who would harm them physically, emotionally and mentally.
Let them know that allowing You to direct their way is the smartest thing they can do. In Jesus’ wonderful and powerful name. Amen

 

 

DoDaawPrayers2Heavenly Father, Thank You that I am unique in Your kingdom. Thank You that You made me special.
Thank You that there is no one like me. Thank You that no one has the same talents, skills, and abilities that I have.
Thank You that no one has what it takes to achieve my destiny – except me!
God, it makes me feel so good to know that no one can replace me in your heart. No one could ever be so special to You or important to You that You wouldn’t still yearn for my company.
The truth is that I am incredibly important to You. I will believe that truth.
I am adorable and treasured in your sight.
You love me just the way I am. You think I am awesome. You are eager to help me become even more than I am right now. You are eager to guide me to become even more joyful, more contented, more mature, and more blessed.
I am uniquely qualified and prepared for each day, because You are living inside me and I am living inside Your love. Amen

 

Lord Jesus, You said, “I have come to set the captives free.”  We are captive and need Your healing touch. Free us, Lord, from our addictions, so that we will be:
…free from the cares and worries that stifle our happiness;
…free from sins that cling to us, and to which we cling;
…free from all compulsive behavior that prevents us from becoming what You, Lord, have planned for us.
Bring us, loving Savior, to the experience of abundant life which You promised. Amen

 

3 comments on “Prayer

  1. John Paul

    Don’t worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will bring its own worries. Today’s trouble is enough for today.

    Mathew 6:34
    Jesus Said, One Day at a Time!

    The cravings of addiction or alcoholism are temptations away from the Lord, and we must resist them. God will provide us with the strength we need to do so, today! If we believe in Him, pray to Him, and live by His word, He will grant us the strength to serve him.

    What good is worry? You are powerless over your addiction, God is not. You cannot control yourself without His help today, or tomorrow. Do you believe in the Lord? Do you believe His Word? Let it go, trust in the Lord to provide answers for tomorrow, when tomorrow comes, He will!

  2. Wendy Hannah Miller

    Let my cry come before you O Lord; give me understanding according to your word, let my supplication come before you; deliver me according to you promise. Ps119:169-170

    GOD calls us to remind Him of His promises! He loves that!

    When you cry out to Him, He answers you! Many times when we cry out to Him for help things are placed in our path as answers. Just the fact that you are here reading this could be one of those answers. Addiction is devastating, not just to the life of the addict but to their loved ones as well. Being prepared to do something different often means heading into the unknown which can be scarey. Please know that courage means, “standing in the face of your fear,” not the lack of fear. If you are afraid to do something different ask GOD to release you from your fear for He says, “Fear not, for I am with you!

    If He is for you, who can stand against you? No one!

  3. Gregory Remesal

    God bless you and may my niece Lindsey R catch fire in recovery and become a life saver for Gods children like myself 8/15/1998 Gregory R

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