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YOURS IN WAITING
by chuma obum
12/19/2011 / Devotionals
Dearest Alpha & Omega,
I remember faithfully that when You gave me the privilege and opportunity to become Your close friend, You also promised that even if You did not bless me in the beginning, You will surely do so in the end.
Therefore, may i remind You that it is way past the eleventh hour and You are yet to demonstrate Your Power by sending down Your glory to change my story. In-fact,this year is almost reaching its full circle without me receiving a life changing miracle.
However,because i believe and know that You are truly the Most High,and not a man that You should lie,am still hopeful that just before the year completes its phase;Your amazing grace will surely put prosperous smiles upon my face.
So in advance and without regard for the present circumstance(s),i thank You for my breakthrough.
Yours In Waiting,
Quote to Ponder
"Lord please give me the audacity to withstand adversity up to the point where am able to access the opportunity that will help me create my prosperity". - D.C
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