PRAYERS with PRAISE: (SCRIPTURES) Cinda Carter
Do you need a personal relationship with our Lord and Savior? Then prayer is the answer.
When I am in the presence of the Lord, I find His perfect peace that surpasses all understanding...Our prayers do not need to be embellished upon...God just loves for us to share with Him, just like you would with your spouse or a close friend...It's His desire for us to spend time with Him through the good times and the low points in our lives...Jesus wants us to come to Him in a childlike faith...And that's what the book of prayers are all about...Taking it to Jesus in the simpliest form for He hears all our prayers and loves our praises...We were made for God, He had so much love that He wanted to share that love and in return to be loved...He loves our fellowship and the time we spend with Him in the scriptures as our foundation...So, I pray these Prayers with Praise touches your heart and draws you in a closer walk with our Lord and Savior.
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