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~I Pray And Hope ~
( Pruntiform )
I PRAY AND HOPE YOU COME BACK SOON
PRAY with all my heart and soul that You do
AND bring to all mankind just love and peace
HOPE and trust in You Lord so much every day
YOU are the greatest of all! Thank You for all your love, forgiveness, salvation, and all you do
COME and make this world brand- new and very beautiful again and
BACK to what it was once when You created it and very
SOON I hope for your promised and much awaited return
THERE IS SADNESS AND MUCH GLUM
IS too much suffering, evil, hate, pain, killings, abortions, all over the world
SADNESS, pestilences, wars, and death, runs out of control, wild and free
AND so much hate, lack of love, caring, compassion, and kindness reigns in most hearts and
MUCH hate and disrespect there's all over the world for You and for all the good that You stand for, and
GLUM, fear, evil, and darkness falls like very heavy rain and fills the hearts, minds and souls of all men.
Dorian Petersen Potter
So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love.
1 Corinthians 13:13 (NIV)
-“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.
John 3:16 (NIV)
- Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer
Romans 12: 12 ( NIV )
-The Lord will fight for you, and you have only to be silent.”
Exodus 14: 13 ( NIV )
-Do you want to know God?
Do you yearn to experience the Lord’s comforting presence, power, and wisdom? That’s good, because God loves you and wants to have a personal relationship with you forever.
The problem is . . .
. . . one thing separates you from a relationship with God—sin. You and I sin whenever we fail to live by the Lord’s holy standard. In fact, Romans 3:23: “All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.”
Furthermore, Romans 6:23 explains that the penalty for sin is death—separation from God in hell forever. No matter how hard we try, we cannot save ourselves or get rid of our sins. We can’t earn our way to heaven by being good, going to church, or being baptized (Eph. 2:8-9).
Understanding how helpless we are because of our sins, God sent His only Son, Jesus, to save us.
Jesus Christ lived a perfect, sinless life, and then died on the cross to pay the penalty for our sins (Rom. 5:8). Three days later, He rose from the dead—showing that He had triumphed over sin and death once and for all.
So how can you know God?
It all starts with accepting Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. Jesus Christ provides a relationship with the Father and eternal life through His death on the cross and resurrection (Rom. 5:10).
Romans 10:9 promises, “If you confess with your mouth Jesus as Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.” If you have not yet begun your personal relationship with God, understand that the One who created you loves you no matter who you are or what you’ve done. He wants you to experience the profound depth of His care.
Therefore, tell God that you are willing to trust Him for salvation. You can tell Him in your own words or use this simple prayer:
Lord Jesus, I ask You to forgive my sins and save me from eternal separation from God. By faith, I accept Your work and death on the cross as sufficient payment for my sins. Thank You for providing the way for me to know You and to have a relationship with my heavenly Father. Through faith in You, I have eternal life. Thank You also for hearing my prayers and loving me unconditionally. Please give me the strength, wisdom, and determination to walk in the center of Your will. In Jesus’ name, amen.
If you have just prayed this prayer, congratulations!
You have received Jesus Christ as your Savior and have made the best decision you will ever make—one that will change your life forever!
-“Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.”
- Mark Twain -
The ' Pruntiform ' is a poetry form or style invented by the United States poet
Randy Prunty in the late 20th century.
Copyright © Dorian Petersen Potter | Year Posted 2017