Monday, September 26, 2011

Day #20

Continuing the 21-day prayer challenge from (see post for Sept. 7)

Day#20-“Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” ~Isaiah 41:10 

McGlothlin, Brooke (2011-05-02). Warrior Prayers: Praying the Word for Boys in the Areas They Need it Most (Kindle Locations 1320-1323). Kindle Edition.

Lord Jesus, free _________'s heart of any fear.  Help him to know you as his strength and helper. 

Tomorrow is the last day of this challenge.  There may not be noticeable changes of behavior in my grandson since the start of this project, but I believe our Father heard every prayer and they are being answered!  Thank you, for loving your children enough to continue the transformation to become like your Son.


  1. I know that your prayers are helping. And your grandson and his parents are blessed to have you caring so much and praying so diligently for him. Any influence that you have will be great, you already raised two fantastic boys! Brayden told Josh that he was really good at making everyone feel better. That was probably one of the sweetest things Brayden has ever said! I was happy that it was about Josh.

  2. Thank you, Kira. I am proud of all my kids. My continued prayer is that we would all have the Spirit of wisdom and revelation to know God better.
    Just from being with you and your boys that one time, I was especially impressed with Cody's sensitivity to the people around him and how easy it is to have an adult conversation with him. I've told the story to quite a few people of how after we had eaten and were deciding whether to walk to the yogurt store, Cody pointed to me and asked,"What about her?". I took it to mean he was thinking about how walking that distance would be for me, the older one in the group. Very sweet!:) You've done a great job raising a kind son, also.


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