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February 2016 Prayer Time

Lindy Swanson

Heavenly Father, Thank You for the grace of love, for giving us Your peace and the gift of faith to believe that You have accomplished for us what we could not do for ourselves. Thank You, Jesus, for being obedient to the point of death. Your love is amazing! Holy Spirit, thank You for being to us the token pledge from Jesus, our beloved husband, that He will return for us, His Bride, after He has prepared a place for us. Come quickly. We love You because You first loved us. Continue reading 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 »

Prayer Team

Lindy Swanson

Faith in Perseverance by Lindy Swanson, OCW Prayer Team As Christian writers, we all feel besieged at times. Many things can thwart our desire to write. I recently felt overwhelmed by trying to meet the demands of eldercare for three family members. This reminded me of hearing a woman complain bitterly: “Didn’t God say He would keep us from going ... Read More »

Prayer Team Update

Petey Prater

Farewell by Petey Prater, OCW Prayer Team Member Dear OCW friends, Praying with you and for you has been my great joy and high privilege. But God has said it is time to step down from the prayer team. The team is strong with Eva, Marion, Lindy, and Lynn’s faith and discernment. Their prayers will lift you to God and ... Read More »

God Keeps Faith Forever

Lindy Swanson

by Lindy Swanson, OCW Prayer Team Member “ How blessed is he whose help is the God of Jacob, whose hope is in the Lord his God, who made heaven and earth, the sea and all that is in them; who keeps faith forever” (Psalm 146:5–6 nasb, italics added for emphasis). Our hope anchors in our relationship with God, the ... Read More »

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