Hebrews Prayers

12/20/19 - I have been meditating on the book of Hebrews lately. I am being so blessed I wanted to share some prayers from this great letter. Maybe it will help someone else out there to pray these things as well. For me this letter fits well with Christmas. The writer of Hebrews explains who … Continue reading Hebrews Prayers

Soul Safety

A friend recently died. Someone made a comment to me about the souls of believers after death being "disembodied" waiting for resurrection day. It sounded negative and so not comforting. I think that person may have misspoken (which is so easy to do) or maybe it was just the way it struck me in the … Continue reading Soul Safety

Never burned

I am going through a hard thing. I've been through quite a few hard trials over the years, but this one is hitting me harder than any before. For my friends who don't know what is going on, you are welcome to contact me. For any readers who don't know me personally, the trial itself … Continue reading Never burned

Psalm 23 Prayers

I needed this again this morning…. To any struggling believing folks out there, hang on to God and His word. To those who do not yet believe, whosoever will may come to Jesus and find help in time of need.

Grandma Beth's Blog

Psalm 23 has become one of my main Bible life lines.  It isn’t just a Psalm for a funeral recitation.  When depression, anxiety, illness, or other “enemies” attack me, reciting and praying this Psalm has proven reliable to help me in time of need.  I hope it might be a help to someone else. My prayers are in italics below.  I pray these prayers for myself and for any readers of this blog–may God draw us near to Himself through His precious Word, the Bible.

 Jesus Is My Good Shepherd

The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.  Thank you Jesus for being my Shepherd. I know you will provide for me.  I choose to be content.  I am okay and blessed. 

Jesus makes me lie down in green pastures; He leads me beside quiet waters.  He restores my soul.  Show me when and where to lie down…

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