Friday, October 17, 2014

Isaiah 45:8...


It's raining today.
We had such a long, dry summer that the rain is welcome.
Similarly, our nation is in a spiritual drought.
We are in desperate need of the rain of God's righteousness.
I long to see salvation spring up
 in my neighborhood,
in our city, 
in our state, 
in the Pacific Northwest,
in our nation,
in our world.
I'm praying,
we're praying,
we're asking for His rain.

still following,




Scripture and Snapshot


SUNDAY STILLNESS
Inspire-Me-Monday

Also happily linking up with the lovely Lisha Epperson.








18 comments:

  1. Amen & Amen !! Praying for the same out here on the East coast of Maine !
    Be Blessed,
    Staci

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    1. Where two or three agree there is power and answers to prayer!

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  2. mmm, I miss Oregon rain. God is good!

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    1. Rebecca, we had such a long, dry summer that we were all asking for rain, quite unusual for western Oregon!

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  3. It's easy to get discouraged when we don't hear of many people coming to the Lord. Thanks for the beautiful reminder to pray and pray and continue to pray for the salvation of all.
    Another blogger's post reminded me of the verses in 1 Timothy 2:

    The first thing I want you to do is pray. Pray every way you know how, for everyone you know. Pray especially for rulers and their governments . . .
    4-7 He wants not only us but everyone saved, you know (MSG)

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    1. Good word, Constance. I'm praying and agreeing with you.

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  4. Standing with you Elizabeth, praying that our Father shower down His Holy Spirit on our nation, that the righteous rise up, hands high for Him!

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  5. Amen to this, Elizabeth. All we like sheep have gone astray. We have turned everyone to his own way. But God...

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    1. Yes! With God ALL THINGS are possible!

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  6. Joining you in praying this morning that "righteousness would flourish". Beautiful photo & Scripture for this morning! Blessings!

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  7. Amen. A "spiritual drought" describes this nation and so many individuals making up this country as well as this world. I join you in prayer, Elizabeth. Praising God for Who He is and all He can and will do.
    Caring through Christ, ~ linda

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    1. Agreeing with you in prayer for our nation.

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  8. I sure agree with the Word and the words you said re: our nation in spiritual drought. My heart is so overwhelmed with that. Ya dun good, as usual. Greatly appreciated!

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    1. Agreeing with you in prayer, Joanne.

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