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Lindy Swanson

The Broken Renewed by Lindy Swanson, OCW Prayer Team God is the ultimate Reorganizer, Reducer, Renewer, and Recycler. He loves to upscale broken people into beautiful creations for amazing purposes. My hummingbird feeder, made of recycled pieces of colored glass, is a joy to behold. A friend gave me a trinket bowl in the same motif, saying, “When I saw this ... Read More »

December Prayer Time

Lindy Swanson

Heavenly Father, We honor You as sovereign King and Creator of everything. Nothing has come into existence except by Your power and wisdom. You spread out the heavens like a curtain. You will roll them up and destroy the present heaven and earth with fire. Everything that can be shaken will be shaken. We put our trust in You. Continue reading Read More »

November Prayer Time

Lindy Swanson

by Lindy Swanson, Prayer Team Member “The desert will blossom . . . with rejoicing and shout of joy . . . They will see the glory of the Lord, the majesty of our God. Encourage the exhausted, and strengthen the feeble” Isaiah 35:2–3 (nasb) Heavenly Father, Thank You for joy that comes from Your presence, for preparing the way into Your presence by the blood and flesh ... Read More »

August/September Prayer Time

Lindy Swanson

written by Lindy Swanson, Prayer Team Member Heavenly Father, We praise You because no purpose of Yours can be thwarted. Nothing is impossible for You. We praise You for working through us even when we disbelieve. Sometimes, we are like Zacharias, who didn’t believe he and his wife could conceive in their old age, even though the angel of the ... Read More »

June Prayer Time

Marion Duckworth

written by Marion Duckworth, Prayer Team Member The apostle Paul, who was a very prolific writer, understood that feeling. That’s one reason he told the church at Galatia “not to become weary in doing good” (Galatians 6:9 NIV). Their words to others mattered. Besides, Paul certainly had reason to become weary of telling God’s truth since the reward for his ministry was often ... Read More »

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