Create in me…

How are you doing these days? I am a bit weary.

I can tell because I am getting really annoyed with people, particularly if they are online and being really snarky.

And it is a perfect time for me to ask God to create in me a new heart….Of course, this can be a daily prayer. And, in these days, it can be an honest, hourly request.

I love the simplicity of this version of this song as well as the harmony. I hope you enjoy it!

John Michael Talbot — Create in Me

Let’s pray for those who have been laid off. I am sure they are stressed. This is a time where there are so many unknowns. I am thankful that God knows and sees. May the world see Him as we tend to the needs of others!

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PrayerPoints by Liz

PrayerPoints is typically a Lenten project and a chronicle of God working on my heart and mind. It is always a process. God is always teaching me! I am American born with Hungarian blood. I make plenty of mistakes but I am forgiven. Each day is an adventure.

One thought on “Create in me…”

  1. I don’t know how you do it ,but, you sure hit the nail on the head again!! Thank you!! An example of people standing up for each other,has happened with amazing results! There are only two grocery stores where I live, traveling to the next one is too expensive, round trip eighty miles, so there have been numerous complaints, and it worked! A manger told a group of us we were socially distances apart, my friend translated into ASL.American Sign Language, that the administration stated that they weren’t sending any food to the store because they weren’t making any profit……!!!!! Out came the cell phones and the group called and complained,several people called the local community hospital and explained what was going on. Insto presto !!! The next day there were shipments of food, even fresh vegetables and fruit.
    The store manger sent out community thank you via a huge hand drawn card to the customers at the door to the store. The local hospital joined in and called to complain about impending malnutrition in the local population. What a difference! People stuck together and helped out the best way they could, an example of reaching out to improve the situation, one customer begant to collect non perishable food for a church’s food bank, they have been able to reopen it with help from the county’s health department to lessen CoviD19 transmission. These are tough times, there isn’t any need to not help out someone else, when you do, you never know where it might lead, maybe you will be the “Bible Someone Never Read! All the best! Stay well! Blessed Holy Week!

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