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This is a great day for one...

I'm in need of a miracle or two.

Today...this week, just SOON.

Some of you if not all of you reading this are also hanging on, waiting for something that you have great need of.  God has given you a word, you're just waiting on the fulfillment of it. 

I'll stand with you -- please stand with me.  I have an important meeting today at 12:30 and I covet your prayers.


Comments

Ruth, PA said…
I praying with and for you. I'm still waiting on God to release the thing He called me to do a few months ago. I do not understand why God gives instruction and then has the person wait on His timing. As soon as God gives a word, I don't want to wait...I want to do. (Too many I's in that sentence. Maybe that is the problem! lol) His will and way is perfect. His hand is on you, Deanna. Right now, you are being tried in the fire...but you will come out gold! Praying for you!
Ruth
Tina Blount said…
Standing with you and holding you up!!
Unknown said…
With you 100% of the way!! All good things will come to you.
You've got them PD...
Angie said…
I didn't get to read until this evening...praying for a full night of rest.

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