Armyman, prayers are with you, God knows you needs, we just love you!Thank you. It is good to know that people just love me and it does not matter who I am or what my circumstances are. Thanks again.
Just to let you know, I got the announcement for this year's National Day of Prayer online stream:
WATCH LIVE - NATIONAL OBSERVANCE NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER MAY 3
Watch LIVE, next Thursday, May 3rd, from 9:00am - 12:00pm ET as prominent leaders from around the country gather on Capitol Hill for the 2012 National Observance. Visit www.NationalDayofPrayer.org to learn more.
Program highlights include:
Keynote - Dr. David Jeremiah, 2012 Honorary Chairman.
Other speakers include: Dr. and Mrs. James C. Dobson, Bishop Harry Jackson, Mrs. Vonette Bright, and more.
Special Musical Guest - Azusa Pacific Men's Choir.
Worship Leader - Mr. Travis Ryan.
Hope you can join in, if possible!
Gary, wonderful news that it went well!I will second that. Congratulations. Hang in there, bro.
"Against You and You only have I sinned and done evil in Your sight: that You might be justified when You speak, and be clear when You judge."
Sin is not merely doing what is wrong, but doing what is wrong in the sight of the Lord. God has offered us a direction for living full and happy lives. Our being disobedient to those instructions doesn't hurt God, it hurts us. God is saddened by our refusal to be obedient, but He is always willing to hear our petition for forgiveness, and He will show us His mercy. When we sin, it is a private matter between God and ourselves. Take your sins before God, repent of each one, and glory in the grace of God, by which we receive full pardon of all we do wrong. If you have wronged another, offer to make it right whenever possible for repentance means to turn away from our sin and toward God's direction for our lives.
Forgive me, Lord. Make a new creation out of this old soul. Convict me of my wrongs for my learning, and change my heart, O God. Prepare me for the Kingdom to come each day of my life. Amen.