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Devotionals By: Faithwalker

As a mother, I am always praying for my children after giving my Lord His praise for allowing me to wake up to see a new day. I pray for my children several times a day. Every time the Holy Spirit allows me to think of  one of them or even when a thought of any kind comes to my mind, I pray for them. I thank the Lord for keeping them protected from seen and unseen dangers. I am so grateful to God that He can see and control all things. I don’t have any idea what is going on, except for what the Holy Spirit shows me, so I put my trust in Him. 

I love my Jesus, He’s so faithful  so forgiving, so compassionate, so all knowing, protecting, and loving. I can depend on Him to keep all of my children covered by the blood of Jesus, and trust that the Holy Spirit will keep a fence / hedge of protection around them. I love my kids, I don’t care if they are 100 years old, they all are my babies, so when I petition the Lord on there behalf I know that HE loves them more than I do. That’s a lot of love, and I know He will keep them safe. Satan can not touch there lives. 

Thank you Jesus for loving us, hearing us and keeping us safe, you Father God are so awesome and worthy to be praised. “Let every thing that hath breath praise the Lord. Praise ye the Lord.” 

‭‭Psalm‬ ‭150:6‬ ‭KJV‬‬
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