Category: Frontotemporal Dementia

A Prayer to Follow His Footsteps When the Steps Are Blurry

Lord, You are the light of the world. In You there is no darkness. Your Word is a lamp to our feet lighting our way. You promise when we follow in Your footsteps we will not walk in darkness.

So why do I get tripped up trying to follow You? More than anything, I desire to obey You in all things, to magnify Your Name. I desire to be the hands and feet of Jesus in a hurting world.

But some days I’m filled with uncertainty about the steps I’m taking — the direction I’m heading

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Precious Lord, Take My Hand and Lead Me On

Curled up on the couch, I watched the sun rise over the ridge. Fresh, cool air streamed in through the open window awakening my senses, drawing my attention to the One who loves me.

I cradled my coffee cup and sipped from its warm goodness and became still, quieted in my spirit, lost in my thoughts.

Stirring deep in my spirit came a song, “Precious Lord, take my hand, lead me on, help me stand. I am tired, I am weak, I am worn … “

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When the Great I AM Becomes Your ‘He Is’

Dawn awakens with shades of lavender and apricot, glorious brushstrokes from the hand of God. Yesterday is gone, tomorrow is yet to be, but today — today is the moment in which we live and is the timeframe of the Great I AM. His grace IS sufficient. Great IS His faithfulness. He IS a very present help in times of trouble.

He is.

Right now. Each moment of each new day.

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