“Humble thyself in the sight of the Lord….” James 4:10
Pray with us
Dear Lord and Savior Jesus Christ: I hold up all my weakness to your strength, my failure to your faithfulness, my sinfulness to your perfection, my loneliness to your compassion, my little pains to your great agony on the Cross. I pray that you will cleanse me, strengthen me, guide me, so that in all ways my life may be lived as you would have it lived, without cowardice and for you alone. Show me how to live in true humility, true contrition, and true love. We lift up our country especially those suffering in this time of tragic loss. Comfort and protect us in the Name of Jesus. Amen.
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New mail 3/25/2021
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