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  1. I love this prayer sheet and I love the song…really sweet, nothing wrong with old-fashioned amongst the madness of the current world, thank you so much from the remote North Pennines in the uk xx

    1. Thanks for those encouraging words, Karen. I appreciate them! I’ve seen pictures of the North Pennines. Lovely area! We’ve been to the UK a couple of times, but never made it north of London. ?

  2. I love your prayer sheets! I am building my prayer binder, and am adding these in. Thank you for your work and your generosity!

  3. What you had to say really hit me; especially the part about change. I am learning that I can’t change anyone else, only me. Someone gave me a quote that goes something like this: You know how hard it is to change something about yourself; why do you think you can change others?. Also, the part about reading the Bible – it’s like something in me just rebels against it lately. I have read it several times all the way through, and the Lord will give me a verse if I need it, but I have got to get back to reading it. Please pray for me re: that. TY. Good article.

    1. I will, Carla. Charles Spurgeon once said, “We should pray when we are in a praying mood, for it would be sinful to neglect so fair an opportunity. We should pray when we are not in a proper mood, for it would be dangerous to remain in so unhealthy a condition.” The same thing could be said about reading the Bible.

  4. Thank you for this and the many other prayer prompts over the years! Much of my personal prayer time is in someway shaped or encouraged by them! I am excited to start praying for revival!

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