Prayer for husband
“I am deeply loved, divinely appointed, abundantly equipped, and profoundly cherished by God. No enemy plan, scheme, or obstacle can keep me from God’s highest and best will for me. As I follow the voice of my Savior, I see the invisible, accomplish the impossible, and love the unlovable. I am a living-breathing miracle because Jesus Christ lives in me! Amen.” – Susie Larson
There is hope for the brokenness and it’s a portrait of grace that can heal all of life’s heartaches and pain—it’s Jesus Christ! Our Heavenly Father gave us His Son to go to the cross for us! Swallow your foolish pride, stop believing the lies, and bring all the fractured and broken pieces of your life to Him. The God of relationship will surround you with His redemptive love and grace, and He will restore your broken lives and heart to His. Beloved, He loves you so much!
Traveling is risky business. While it’s physically safe to travel, being away from home poses unique risks to your marriage if your character and integrity are weak. In fact, you’ll face the temptations and integrity-compromising situations I’ll be discussing in everyday life, but during solo travel they’re much more apparent.
"Thank You God"... I'm so blessed! We are quickly approaching our 1 year anniversary of moving to Colorado and I cannot believe how time really does fly! We have had the most amazing summer, making memories to last a life time. My bond with my family is closer than ever. I have the best job ever that allows me financial freedom and now we've bought the most amazing ranch and I'm so incredibly blessed. I work incredibly hard for what I have and I deserve every bit of it!
None of us deserve forgiveness. We all sin. We make mistakes. We fail each other. We fall short of the glory of God. Sometimes we ask, "How could I possibly forgive someone who hurt me? How can I forgive them when they won't even ask for forgiveness?" It is one of the hardest processes I've faced. But in the end, God forgave us when we deserved death for our sins. It doesn't erase the pain and it doesn't restore trust, but we should forgive as God forgave us as a testimony to His love and mercy.