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Days 7-9 of Prayer and Praise

November 20: PRAISE: Thank God for forgiveness. (Psalm 34:11; John 1:12; Ephesians 1:5) PRAYER: Is there anything between you and the Lord? Ask for His forgiveness today!

November 21: PRAISE: Thank God for His Word that leads, guides, and comforts us! (Psalm 18:30; Psalm 33:4; Psalm 119:24) PRAYER: As you read your devotions, ask the Lord to speak clearly to your heart.

November 22: PRAISE: Thank the Lord for His love and the love of family and friends. (1 Corinthians 13) PRAYER: Pray for each family member today that they would know the sweetness of God’s love and yours for them.

Good morning on this 9th day of Praise and Prayer. I am a little behind in posting but I am grateful that you all have the list to continue our unity in the church for Praising the Lord and Bold Prayers!

There is such a deep connection in our lives between forgiveness (day 7) and understanding that in God's Word (day 8) that we are released from sin because of the shed blood of Jesus Christ, our Precious Savior.

Today on Day 9 we think of our family members and the love the Lord has for each one, as we do also. Let us pray boldly for our family members who do not know the Lord on a personal level that they too would truly enjoy the Advent Season. It is all about Jesus and what He came to do for all of us.

Have a blessed day of Praise and Prayer!

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