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Weekend Devo — Praising & Thanking

‎In conclusion to our week of:

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"Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen." — Ephesians 3:20-21

What an amazing week! I will share with you that my week of fasting and praying played out differently than I thought it would. I leave this week with a great sense of peace, which just blows me away since God told me my word for this year is PEACE! This is a new experience for me.

I hope and pray that God has met you in some amazing ways during your time seeking Him. The smallest of moments often turn out the be the most impactful.

Special thanks and gratitude to Rosheeda for giving us such wonderful Scriptures and prayers each day. Thanks, Ro! We love you!

As I said, my word for this year is peace. Many of you shared words God gave you like trust, be intentional and believe. I walk away from this week with Scriptures to pray for my hubby, my daughters and precious family members who've yet to know how amazing God is.

Many of you shared in the comments who you were praying for. Know that Lynn and I read through and prayed for them each day! We were honored and privileged to get to do that.

So, in closing, share in the comments what you found most life changing, helpful, meaningful, comforting or even just memorable this past week. Remember to write this down in your journal too. A year from now you will want to go back and re-read it as you prepare for 2013.

And I have a feeling you will be amazed! God always does immeasurably more than we ask or imagine.

Praying and believing,
Dineen

 

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