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“For I, the LORD your God, hold your right hand; it is I who say to you, “Fear not, I am the One who helps you”….You have kept Your promise because You are righteous.”
(Isaiah 41:13-Nehemiah 9:8)

No matter who you are, what you do, where you worship, unexpected things happen in our lives that beget circumstances that despite our best efforts, define our lives forever. It’s not when or if life comes at you, not something you can prepare for. Not like expecting a bill in the mail that requires payment. Those things are somewhat within our scope of doing based on our stewardship of our resources.

No, there are things that have been predestined by God for us, not meant “for evil but for good”. Things prepared to bring circumstances out of our control that brings the “good”, that being that we come to the end of ourselves.

Personally, I believe God does His greatest work in our lives when we can’t solve it, we can’t outthink it, when our resources have dried up, it is then that our puny strength in our flesh is revealed as what it will is, inadequate to deal with the situation gazing at us.

It’s a time of quiet reflection, looking back at the faithfulness of God in similar times, seeing where we are at and how God strengthened us, solving the dilemma and increasing our faith in it. We all have been there, will be there, and perhaps approaching it. Do not fear, God is at work, “Be still, and know that I am God.” (Psalm 46:10).

Probably the most important thing I’ve learned in these kinds of times that I’ve learned is love. We can pray about and should pray for others and our circumstances, but in those prayers is when we see the response of a loving God, who cares for you and thinks about you every day in every situation.

We need to be reminded that we are loved, and prayer becomes a catalyst for allowing God to enter in and bring what we need, love. Love within our lives seems to get magnified in difficult times, and in these times we can cry out to a God, for others and ourselves to ask God for help.

I have a Facebook friend of whom I have never met, and yet, I’ve met him. He has invited us into his life through his posts, and has shown his love and prayers for all those around him , his name is Randy Colyer has recently been laid off from his job along with many co-workers. He asked for prayer for his fellow workers that God would provide jobs. And that is our door of opportunity as we pray together for them. Thank you, and the Lord bless you Randy and all your co-workers below. Let’s pray and see what will happen in our love for each other, the greatest thing in love and prayers! These our the people God loves, we love, they are our spiritual family!

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Randy Coyer Prayer for work:

Here’s the names
Tracy, Logan, Diana, Bree, Jessica, Casey, Elizabeth, chastity, Beth, Catherine, Jamie, Sammy, Stephanie, summer, Kristen, Wes, Lisa, Lori, Jeanette, Donna, Debbie, Mel, Jeff, Mary, Linda, Kelsey, Darlene, Sarah, Connie, RandyB, Ann, Lisa, Kathy, Melinda, Gail, Vicky, Randy C plus 10 others who help at times for catering. 
Thank you so much

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Please join me in prayer for Randy Coyer and the staff where he worked.

Prayer for work:

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Here’s the names of Co-workers:
Tracy, Logan, Diana, Bree, Jessica, Casey, Elizabeth, chastity, Beth, Catherine, Jamie, Sammy, Stephanie, summer, Kristen, Wes, Lisa, Lori, Jeanette, Donna, Debbie, Mel, Jeff, Mary, Linda, Kelsey, Darlene, Sarah, Connie, RandyB, Ann, Lisa, Kathy, Melinda, Gail, Vicky, Randy C plus 10 others who help at times for catering.

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