We don’t talk anymore.

There are times I’m not certain how to or what to pray for you and I just pray in the spirit, knowing God knows.

Pastor Stan’s message Sunday stayed with me through devotions, this morning, and as I thought of his supporting verses, they became my prayer for you.

What a great reminder that even in the quietest moments when I know nothing, I can pray and God can answer.

When Paul wrote this, he was the one in the prison cell, not those to whom he wrote.

“Because of this, since the day we heard about you, we have continued praying for you, asking God…
…that you will know fully what he wants. We pray that
…you will also have great wisdom and understanding in spiritual things so
…that you will live the kind of life that honors and pleases the Lord in every way.
…You will produce fruit in every good work and grow in the knowledge of God.
…God will strengthen you with his own great power so
…that you will not give up when troubles come, but you will be patient. And
…you will joyfully give thanks to the Father who has made you able to have a share in all that he has prepared for his people in the kingdom of light.” – Colossians 1:9-12

What a great message and direction!

Through what it is that keeps us apart, I continue to pray for you, love you, remember the good memories, and believe.

“You meant to hurt me, but God turned your evil into good to save the lives of many people, which is being done.
So don’t be afraid. I will take care of you and your children.” So Joseph comforted his brothers and spoke kind words to them.” – Genesis 50:20-21

I have nothing but comfort and kind words for you and your children.

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