“Restore our captivity, oh Lord, as the streams in the south. Those who sew in tears shall reap with joyful shouting. He who goes to and fro weeping, carrying his bag of seed, shall indeed come again with a shout of joy, bringing his sheaves with him.” Psalm 126:4-6 NASB1995
Her kind and generous prayer for me:
I love this. My heart’s desire, even more than healing and prosperity and everything to go my way, is for God to be glorified through the lives of me and my family. Ok, maybe that’s not my deepest desire every day. I am human after all and I desperately want my husband to be healed. But on my best days and most enlightened moments I long to be used of Him in everything.
Beyond a doubt, I know that one day these hardships will show themselves to be “light and momentary troubles” compared to the eternal weight of glory. So
today, I’m praying for you as my friend prayed for me. May God use all your hard things for His kingdom and bring joy to you and all you touch.
Replace the pronouns with the appropriate ones for the person (or yourself) that you are praying for.
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