I have been praying for my son, like this. God gave me him, he knows of God and Jesus, he was baptized as a baby and raised in Catholic Church. But he shrugs off God and Jesus now and “he ain’t got time for that!” As I read the story of Hannah from 1 Samuel 1 I thought of him and how God answered Hannah. I trust and believe he will answer me as well. When our wills line up with His will things get done…But not in my time, in His.
In verse 1 :13 Hannah speaks to God with her soul She gushes out all her feelings. a continuing prayerful longing.
1:19 The Lord remembers her…God never leaves us or forsakes us
1:27+28 Hannah knows where her gifts come from, tells others, and worships God.
2:1 Hannah continues rejoicing in the Lord.
There is so much to gather from this story. Every timeI read it something new stricks me. It has spoken to me about a husbands love, It has spoken to me about a mothers love, It is speaking to me about prayer today. What does it speak to you?
I amcontinuing in prayer for my son and I am rejoicing already for I know with all my heart he knows God and he has accepted Jesus. This world is so hard on our kids. That river of tears I cry for Dennis is not wasted God has collected each tear drop. Psalm 58:6 God collects our tears and a record of all our sorrows. http://biblia.com/bible/nlt/Ps56.8
So I am over joyed to realize I have given it to Him and He is keeping hold of them all and remembers!!!
God’s grace, peace, light, and love In Jesus’ Service.
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