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Oh Lord Jesus, Please Help Our Unbelief

"Oh Lord Jesus, Please Help Our Unbelief! We very commonly and collectively pray to our beloved Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Knowing that if we ask anything in the name of our beloved Heavenly Father, in Jesus' name He will grant our desperate pleas. Yet, how many of us, who are God's special children? Even take the time to realize that unbelief is a sin against God, Almighty Creator of the Heaven and the and Earth! Unbelief is a sin that blocks us from receiving His wonderful blessings! When Jesus Christ walked on the earth among men, He healed the very least of them. Jesus of Nazareth also preformed miracles as well. But in His own town of Nazareth, He only performed a few healings! All because of their unbelief, they also sought to kill Him by throwing Him over a cliff! Thus adding the sin of attempted murder to their collective sins of unbelief. Repeated sins of unbelief not only lead to us having hardened hearts, but also to us having stony hearts. God has a harder time penetrating hardened hearts. And yet even He considers our stony hearts impossible for Him to penetrate! When that does occur, we need to humble ourselves and pray to our Savior, and our Redeemer, Jesus Christ! Asking Him to remove our stony hearts and to replace them with ones of flesh! Once He does that, He can reach us and help our collective sins of unbelief! The more people pray to have faith, hope, and trust for Him to answer our prayers! It makes Him feel all of our love and appreciations. Whenever that happens the windows of heaven will open wide for all of us to receive, "showers of blessings!" Love in Christ Jesus! Roxanne Lea Dubarry Roxy Lea 1954 Roxy 1954/ October Country December 11, 2020

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