Abound in Hope, Joy & Peace!

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This is my prayer for you this week, friend:

“May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abound in hope.” (Romans 15:13, ESV)

Can I pray more specifically for you? Please leave a comment below. If you see that someone else has left a prayer request, feel free chime in and pray for them as well! We’re running this race of faith together, sisters. Let’s cheer each other on.

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7 thoughts on “Abound in Hope, Joy & Peace!

  1. Thanks for the joke and the card. This is what I needed today. “Before they call I will answer; while they are yet speaking I will hear.” Isaiah 65:24
    Love, love, love the His is Risen sign. Does your husband have a Etsy store?

    “The joy of the Lord is your strength.” Nehemiah 8:10 (ESV)
    Thank you for all you do to honor God and serve women.
    Ann Sanger

  2. Prayer would be nice. My 12 year battle with cancer has given me a reprieve. My cancer mutates and changes, so it might resurface again. But during this time of dormancy I really need to concentrate on getting other health issues under control and become healthier for the battles I may need to face. But also to obey God’s instructions to keep His temple in the best condition I can in order to glorify Him. I pray for you in your journey of encouraging others. Keep up the race as you go about the work He has laid on your heart. Thanks for all you do.

    • Bonnie,
      I will add you to my prayer list. I, too am a cancer survivor of 15 years. My disease doesn’t change much but does have to be treated at different times. God is always with us and will will take care of all our needs in our lives. All He needs from us is for us to depend on him.

      I pray for your better health and I know He will take care of it.

    • Oh Bonnie, I pray you find rest in the Lord during this time of reprieve. Thank you for your kind words.

  3. I want to thank you for the messages you have on this sit, every once in a while some one needs a up lift. My husband had back surgery a year ago, it didn’t do any good, he’s still in a lot of pain, the doctors told him that he will just have to live with it. Then 3 wks ago he was told that he has deviculitis of the intestent, and on top of that, he was put in the hospital with bacteria infection in the instastent. So here lately it’s just been one thing after another. Not saying what has been going on with me, I”ve been doing everything from back and forth to the hospital, putting out a garden, the house, yard work and a green house. I don’t think I have ever Prayed so much for the strength, to handle all of this.
    Again thank you

    • Sharon, praying for God’s strength, peace and wisdom for you. You are in such an intense season. Hang onto Him, sister!