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Newly Wed Prayer
by Marijo Phelps
3/14/2009 / Prayers
Oh, my Jesus, it has seemed SO long! I long for languid moments in Your courts. I choose to spend time and be still before You today amid the clutter of boxes and the tyranny of the urgent, I pause.
Jesus, there is so much I desire for him and me and for us together in You.. to know how to respond to Your love more completely each day.. for us to be more definite/regular in joint prayer, times of worship and in the Word, tithing and praying for specific family members.
Help me know what to say, communicate without nagging and what not to say and Your proper timing.
Help him to press in so that he can feel the warmth of Your presence, smell Your closeness as you two work side by side daily.
Direct us in who to reach out to and how to share all You've blessed us with.
Help us each to become that mate You desire and Lord, help me to be in prayer without ceasing each day!
Let our care and tenderness for each other and You grow each day. Praise You Jesus.
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Saved by His grace in 1974, from 9 years of professing atheism into His loving arms. RN for 23 years, missionary with YWAM then statistical analyst for Every Home for Christ over 9 years. Living with my husband in the middle of a mountain meadow. GRIN! Wanting to spread the good news
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