Prayer is your one and only choice.

If you are a believer, you know that prayer is absolutely your one and only choice always, the best armor against all trials.

We can pray in so many ways, we can pray out of joy and gratefulness, we can pray for strength and courage, we can pray to ask for forgiveness. Prayer works to praise God, to just talk to Him, to thank Him, to ask for His help. There is no ONE way to prayer, but prayer is the only way to a peaceful life.

The great thing about prayer is that it is always, without exception, heard and answered. When you pray you are not being ignored, you are not talking to yourself,

We can agree that prayer is wonderful in many ways, but it is also  extremely helpful and necessary when you are facing tough moments such like this:

  • You are living an unknown experience.

  • You have a decision to make and you don’t know what next step to take.

  • When you are uncertain about something or someone.

  • When you feel anxious or afraid.

I was recently experiencing a situation that included all of those feelings at once. I was afraid, uncertain, doubtful, I felt lost without direction, I had no idea what to say, what decision to make, how to feel, what next step to take. I was seriously wondering through life and complaining about it. I felt unsure and I hesitated day by day. I had to take action eventually, but I didn’t know how and where to begin. Thankfully, my sister came to my rescue. She reminded me that prayer is my only solution, that through prayer I would find the answers I needed. Not surprisingly, I did. God answered not once, but several times throughout those days. The thing is that we are very good at asking but we aren’t so good at listening. The fact that you feel that God isn’t talking to you or giving you a response probably means that you aren’t paying enough attention. Or perhaps, you’ve already heard the answer but you consciously or subconsciously decided to ignore it.

God answers in ways we never thought of. His answers can be completely different than what we want, but if you choose to listen and to take action according to His will, you’ll feel more at peace than ever,

It doesn’t matter what you are facing right now, it doesn’t matter if it seems to be no way or no solution, God will provide the wisdom and intelligence for you to make the right decision. Don’t try to solve this by yourself if you are not alone. God wants to help. God knocks on your door day by day, but we are too stubborn and arrogant to listen. Let God in.

The only thing you truly need to do is to get on your knees and pray unceasingly. 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18

ASK. WAIT. LISTEN. ACT through God, with God, by His side, because of His inspiration, according to His will.

That’s the formula.

That’s the answer.

That’s the way.


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Beautiful Christian Computer Wallpapers

If you like customizing your computer wallpaper and give it a personal, inspirational or godly touch, then you came to the right place! These wallpapers are totally free and you can download as many as you want!

I created this wallpapers using Adobe Photoshop, so they all respect copyright policies.

Take it as a gift from me to you, wholeheartedly.

I’ve made many before, so if you want more options, please feel free to visit the site and download the ones you like.

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We are open to feedback, if you have any ideas please feel free to share them with us. Plus, if you want a personalized wallpaper, let us know and we’ll create one for you! Don’t forget that they are all totally free! If you’d like a personalized wallpaper, write an e-mail to, we will try to contact you as soon as possible and we’ll happily create a wallpaper suited for you! 🙂 Any favorite Bible-Verse, quote or word? Let us know!

Don’t forget to share this wallpapers with friends and family! PLUS: You could also print these and use them as room decor, or stickers. Get creative! The important thing is to have a daily and constant reminder of how amazing, good and loving God is.

So here are the instructions to download the different wallpapers below:

  1. Choose the wallpaper you like the most.

  2. Click on the Image.

  3. A new tab is going to open

  4. Right Click

  5. Choose  “Save Image As…”

  6. Download to computer and at “System Preferences” change the desktop wallpaper.

This is how my computer looks now (I love the colors of this wallpaper and it reminds me of one simple and yet very powerful word: prayer):

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What I truly think about religion

“Honesty is the best policy”, right? Well, with that on mind, I’d like to say that I don’t personally follow religion as I see it as an invention from men, and unfortunately, men can ruin many things with or without intention, it’s just in our nature,

However, I do believe that God can manifest in the lives of the religious. In fact, I believe that He is SO great, that He can be present in the lives of philosophers, people who follow tendencies, Catholics, Christians, Buddhists…

It’s not that I don’t believe in humanity either because, despite the cruelness in the world, there are also billions of good hearts out there (faith in humanity restored). However, I’ve witnessed how people can go far and beyond to be “true” to their religious practices without being true to what really matters the most.

For me, religion was created because at the very beginning humans needed a guideline to keep up with their faith, which is a fine intention. But as time passes by, religion has been distorted, manipulated, contaminated. Many religious people can say they’ve done everything right according to their practices and beliefs, but they don’t really seek God on a personal level. You see, faith isn’t just about doing “what’s right”, it’s way more than that. I don’t follow religion because I believe in faith, and through my eyes, faith is equal to a relationship.

I believe, religion should be one thing and one thing only: a relationship with God.

That’s what I believe in, that’s my “religion”.

When I say I am a Christian, I use this label because

  1. That’s how society works. People don’t function without labels.

  2. It’s the label I most identify with.

  3. I do believe in the meaning behind the statement: “I am a Christian” because I do try to follow Christ’s footsteps. (Read the previous post here)

But the most important fact about my faith is my personal relationship with God.

I can’t say that I am a good Christian because I fail at it every single day, but I can say that every single day I work on my relationship with God, flaws and all. That’s what truly matters to me.

It’s not something people need to accept because honestly, it’s such a deep, inner and personal aspect of my life that it’s not their place to understand it. It’s the center of my life, something I’m not willing to change, not now, not ever.

I do get if people don’t understand it because sometimes I don’t understand it either, I just know how I feel with God in my life and I couldn’t imagine my life without my faith, I’d just feel empty.

It’s who I am. It defines every other aspect of my life.

I can say that I’m not a religious person, I don’t consider myself as such, but I do seek God, I read the Bible, I pray, I worship, I go to Church. And I do so not because someone told me I had to do it, but because I want and need to do it.

I’m not against religion either, I respect religious people, and even admire ones who truly have God in their heart. I accept and respect religion (all of them), but I just don’t think that it’s what we were brought here to do. My personal opinion, without wanting to hurt anyone’s feelings, is that God truly wants to know us and He wants us to know Him, and that deep knowledge and intimacy are only born through a personal connection.

It’s true that religion can be the bridge between men and God, it can bring us closer to Him, it does show us a bit of who He is, but it also keeps us away from Him, because as long as we fulfill what the religion expects from us, then we are free from everything else. And the way I see it is this: if you put God first and you seek Him personally, then He will personally show you what to do. You won’t have to be obedient just because your religion tells you to, you’ll be obedient because you want to because you’ll be so happy with God that you’ll want to willingly do as He asks.

You can be the perfect Christian, the perfect religious person, you can achieve everything that men expect from you, but don’t leave God out of the equation. He wants a place in your heart and life and that is achieved only through a personal seeking. It won’t be any good to attend Church every Sunday if you are deep down doing it just because you are supposed to. It won’t be any good to read the Bible without letting God talk to you. What He wants is for you to let Him in. And my advice is this: do it and you won’t regret it.


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Let all you do be done in love

No matter your circumstance or situation, you are capable of doing everything with love. Despite the stress, the on-going conflict you can still have a positive attitude. Even if you feel tired, even if you feel overwhelmed…go and give your absolute best because God gave you a Spirit of power, love, and self-control. 2 Timothy 1:7

As your morning alarm goes off and you want to rest for five more minutes, get up and pray. God will give you rest and energy, but it’s important to make Him your priority. Use this extra five minutes to spend time with Him and remind yourself: “this I am doing for God.”

And when you are sitting at work, doing your job, remind yourself: “this I am doing for God.”

If you are dealing with resentment, grudges, or a broken heart, say to God: “I forgive, in Your name, I forgive”, and say: “this I am doing for God.”

When you feel afraid, continue walking, keep on fighting and say: “this I am doing for God. “

You are here for Him, because of Him, for His plans, purposes. Colossians 1:16. Work every day in whatever you do, whatever task, your job, making your bed, cleaning the dishes, or going to school…do everything with love as if you are doing it directly to and for God.  It doesn’t matter how small a task can look like, your responsibility while doing it is to do it with a happy heart.

When at work, think of God as your Boss.
When home, think of God as the Owner, King of the place.
When with friends and family, think of God when you see each one of them.

In life, think of God as your Father, because that’s who He is. You are His very own daughter or son.

He already loves you and accepts you, He gave you a free gift of salvation, He adopted you.

Now, it’s your turn to show Him how much YOU love Him.

Show Him your love and gratefulness through obedience and contentment, through discipline and doing all with love and joy.

You are a child of God, act like such and see how beautiful life can be next to the One who created life itself.


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Today is a blessing: there is purpose for your life.

Click above to listen to one of my favorites songs ever. May you have a wonderful Monday and may God bless you and your loved ones today.
Song: In Christ alone.
By: Owl City.

Start your day with a prayer. Give thanks to God for granting you another brand new day, a second chance to make things right, to know Him better, to grow closer to Him.

Go through this day acting like God’s son or daughter, having unbreakable faith.

This day is your chance to act confident, secure and strong in Christ, knowing who you are and where you came from.

Remind yourself today, all day long, that you are absolutely loved, accepted and taken care of.

No matter what circumstances you face today, you have the capability and power to overcome anything with a happy heart. 2 Timothy 1:7

God will be by your side every second, minute and hour of today, make this Monday count.

Go to work, or to school, or whatever you do today with an unshaken confidence and security.

Be glad of who you are and be true to yourself no matter what, knowing that your identity is in Christ.

Remember that God does not make any mistakes, so keep in mind that when He created you, He made a masterpiece. You are not an accident, you were thought of and loved since before you were born. Jeremiah 1:5

Make God your priority today, thinking about Him every step of the way.

And as the day ends, be grateful for everything that happened. Say your goodnight prayers and go to sleep knowing that God is way bigger than anything you can face tomorrow.

Don’t ever forget that there is a purpose for your life, God has a plan designed just for you. 





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Short devotional about rejection: You are not unworthy.

It’s hard to write about personal experiences because you never know who is reading, and who will judge. But in the hopes of helping others, I’ll expose my own weakness and struggles, just in case it may inspire someone.

Without handing in too many details, I confess that my heart is broken, or at least it feels like it is. Many of you may feel that I am overreacting, but there is a great emptiness that comes with shattered hopes, something you’ll never understand until you’ve witnessed it. I sometimes don’t really understand why things happen and I do get afraid of what is to come.

Sometimes I feel like I am not strong enough to deal with anything anymore. And honestly, rejection is my worst enemy. It makes me feel lonely when I am certainly not alone. It has the power of making me doubt my own self-worth and importance.

The thing about rejection is that it is accompanied by unaccomplished dreams. And once your dreams and hopes are shattered, you don’t know what step to take. What’s next?

I feel too weak and fragile to overcome this circumstance and to deal with this kind of feelings. Having your heart broken or your feelings played with, truly gives you a sense of unworthiness: “I wasn’t good enough, smart enough, pretty enough.”

I don’t know how to heal, but then I remember that it is not up to me, because I can’t do it alone.

Here’s the thing, if you are experiencing rejection like I am. you must understand, accept and acknowledge that in order to overcome this brokenness is through and with God.

Got rejected from a job? A loved one rejected you or played with you? Is your rejection coming from friends or family? Turn to God. Heaven offers a rejection-free life. Only through God can you feel worthy without a doubt in your mind.

God will never change His mind towards you, He will always see you as you truly are: strong, beautiful, worthy, important, unique.

You were created by the same God that made the skies and oceans, flowers and mountains.

You are fearfully and wonderfully made. Psalms 139:14 

The thing about living in a fallen and empty world is that you’ll face people and circumstances that will make you doubt who you are, what you are made of and the beauty within you.

The key to surviving the cruelness of the world is by placing your worth and self-esteem on something bigger than earth, people, circumstances and something even bigger than yourself: God.

Who you are is not defined by what others say, think, or act towards you. You are defined by the One who created, invented, designed you.

And yes, your heart may feel broken but it’s not because no one here on earth can break something so everlasting and valuable, not when the One who made it is more powerful than anything else.

So fear not, this feeling will go away. Turn to God. Ask Him to heal. Ask Him to restore.

If you feel unloved, turn to the source of love, to love itself.

If you feel unworthy, read what the Bible has to say about who you are. No Child of God is undeserving.

If you are afraid, fight your fear with faith.


Nothing can compare to how much God loves you.

You were rejected by someone, but you are loved and accepted by the ONE.

Read the previous post about unrequited love click here!

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Jesus: Fully God, Fully Human

“And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us”
John 1:14

Many people struggle with the idea that Jesus was God and human at the same time. I’m no expert on the subject, but I want to share my beliefs in the hopes that it could help you better comprehend this fact.

How could Jesus be God & human at the same time? 

Some people say that if Jesus was, in fact, God, then His suffering at the cross was spoilt by His divinity. If this were true, then all Christian beliefs would be pointless.

Others recognize Jesus as a human, a teacher, but not as the Son of God. Thinking this way would completely erase the fact that when He died, He resurrected three days later, leading us Christians to a non-existent salvation.

Many friends and acquaintances have asked me this question over and over again: how was it possible? Skeptical, they make statements like this:

  • God can’t die, therefore if Jesus is God, He never truly died.

  • God can’t be human.

  • If Jesus is God then His suffering was fake.

  • Jesus was a great moral teacher, but nothing else.

  • He is only a historical figure.

  • The Bible was altered so it lacks credibility.

  • Jesus was human only by appearance but deep down, He wasn’t.

First off, my belief is that whatever is in the Bible, is exactly what God wanted to transmit. Yes, there was human involvement, but this participation was through divine inspiration. The Bible is faithful to what it preaches and it clearly says that Jesus was human and God, so I have no intention of doubting it.

There are many myths involving what truly happened to Jesus, but there is only one truth, which I would like to address with all of you.

I believe Christianity comes with a price, it’s a huge responsibility that many are afraid to assume. Being a Christian (believing) requires commitment, transformation, change. We all want to adjust our beliefs to whatever seems convenient at the moment, but what we want to believe doesn’t change who He was, is and will be forever. So let’s start by understanding Christ’s identity.

Proof of His divinity:

  • Jesus had an intimate relationship with God Father: He knew God completely. Nobody knows God better than God Himself.

  • He had complete authority

  • All of His Miracles

  • He was free of sin

  • Resists multiple temptations

  • Obedient

“I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.”
John 14:6

Jesus as God resigned to the comfort and divine benefits (to say so) of being God, so He could become human, suffer and die to pay for our price and give us eternal life and salvation.

Jesus came to this earth and lived a human life, in every sense, including dying but death was not the end of Him because of His divinity. Resurrection is only possible if God is in the equation.

His godliness has always existed, He was there since the beginning of the beginning. His humanity is historical.

Christ literally walked in our shoes. He was a 100% man, but also a 100% God. This may be hard to comprehend, but faith doesn’t require logic. What’s impossible for us, is possible for God.

As C.S. Lewis said in his book “Mere Christianity” (which I totally recommend by the way): “God has landed on this enemy-occupied world in human form.” Why? He came to teach and save us. “His death has washed out our sins, and by dying, He disabled death itself. That is the formula. That is Christianity.

Death was proof that Jesus is human. Resurrection was proof that He is God. 

All that Jesus accomplished on earth is evidence of how much God loves us, giving His Son to die for us, to pay for our sins, to give us eternal life and salvation, to bring us closer to God and allowing us to have a relationship with Him.

Jesus as a man was born, He grew up just like we do, He was tempted (although succeeded to resist because of His divinity),  He was hungry, thirsty, tired, He lived a mortal life including the end of it: death. He did suffer on that cross. But due to His godliness, He rose again, He resurrected, He is alive. Hope is alive.

Jesus is one person with two natures, fully God and fully human.

He has always been God because God is eternal, but He wasn’t always a man, He became a man to fulfill a specific purpose. The thing is when He became a man, He didn’t cease to being God. I know it’s tricky, but it’s true. “Remaining what he was, he became what he was not.”

The thing I most cherish about Jesus is the fact that I can relate to Him and He can relate to me, He helps me grow closer to God. The fact that God became a man to give us what we need, what I need, is something I can’t ignore. The only way God could pay for our sins was by becoming a man, revealing God to humanity and allowing humanity to become intimate with God.

Jesus is an example for us, that’s why we should seek a Christ-like character. He completed God’s revelation. He died for the sins of the world. He sacrificed Himself to give believers a lifetime of opportunities. Our job is to serve Christ. Thanks to Jesus, we are forever connected to God

There are many misconceptions regarding Jesus identity, but He is the Son of God. Matthew 16:15-16. 

This is what I know and believe: God is compassionated, merciful, He is never too busy, He is always near, He is loving and good. He is faithful. His love is immeasurable. God freely offered His favor to mankind.

So the only way I can respond to my belief is by trusting Him, loving Him, seeking Him in all that I do, serving Him and be willing to fulfill His calling and purpose. I encourage you to do the same. It won’t be an easy road, but it will be totally worth it.

If you have more doubts, go to this link and learn more from In Touch Ministries.


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Peace during adversity: storms as transformation.

We will meet many adversities in life, difficult times in all shapes, size, and color.

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines adversity as: “a state or instance of serious or continued difficulty or misfortune.”

So, how can a Christian find courage in times of such trouble? 

Well, today I encountered a truth that has changed my perspective completely, and I wanted to share it with you guys.

If you are going through some hard times, please take some time to read this and meditate upon it.

It really amazes me how challenging life can be, and I think that at some point, we all go through tough times, trials and hardship that are so severe that what we really want is just a break, a pause, rest.

I don’t know if our troubles in life are the work of evil, I don’t know if they are a result of our own actions, but what I do know is this: being a Christian allows us to believe that whatever happens can have a beautiful outcome if we let God interfere. And I also believe, that if God allowed some adversity to happen in our life, it’s because we need to learn something from it. 

Times of trouble and worry happen in our life because there is something that we need to do, learn or change. Adversity doesn’t give you what you want, but it will give you what you need.

Sometimes our toughest moments in life, the ones with most sorrow or pain, will bring the strength, courage, faith, love, hope or wisdom needed for the next chapter.

If you are a little bit like me, you love your comfort zone (although it turns out to be harmful) and you hate adversity, not only because it is painful but because it is challenging.

A comfort zone doesn’t require much from you, it accepts you just as you are, encouraging you to be lazy. On the other hand, adversity requires a whole lot from you, it expects things from you.

Facing adversity is kind of facing your own strength, capability, courage. And the good news is, you are strong, capable and courageous. You may not feel like it, you may doubt your potential, you may feel like you’ve had enough and you can’t deal with anything more. But you can.

As many wise people have said before, life is a constant test, a class you were never prepared for. You get prepared and you become better as time passes.

If life were always easy, how could we truly grow? If life were always beautiful, how could we appreciate beauty itself? We appreciate beauty because we’ve seen crudeness. We appreciate good times because we’ve witnessed hard ones.

We grow because we are tested. Our faith becomes stronger during trials. And this is not my thinking, this is what the Bible says. Read James 1:2-5 and 1 Peter 1:7

Our faith is constantly tested during adversity.

Think of affliction as a moment where you are being molded, sculpted into what God wants you to be: confident and strong.

The only thing you get out of a comfort zone is comfort, which turns out to be destructive to oneself. And on the contrary, adversity may feel catastrophic at first, but if handled the right way, it can bring so much beauty into your life.

Christianity is the same. At first, you feel as if it’s too much, too much of a commitment, too much responsibility, too much work. You feel as if you are not good enough, strong enough, capable enough. But as you surrender, you feel stronger and wiser.

Handle adversity the best way you can: by asking God to fight your battle, to get you through the storm. 

Ask God to transform your heart during troubled times and He will.

And once you are out of the storm, you’ll see everything clearer. You’ll understand why you needed this, although you didn’t want it.

Maybe, you’ll keep facing adversity over and over again, because perhaps there is some unlearned lesson behind it.

Be open to change, transformation and learning. Think of adversity as an instructor and take this hard time to ask God: “what do You want me to learn?” and be willing to accept and embrace the lesson.

You will get through this with God by your side, and you’ll grow in ways you’ve never thought possible.

If you handle your storm the right way, then you’ll witness peace not only afterward but during it.

They say “God sometimes takes us  into troubled waters not to drown us but to cleanse us.” I love this quote, although I don’t think that God “takes us into troubled waters” I just believe that He allows them to transform us.

You are never abandoned, you have a purpose, you will be rewarded.

God will deliver you.

“And once the storm is over you won’t remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. You won’t even be sure, in fact, whether the storm is really over. But one thing is certain. When you come out of the storm you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about.”

― Haruki Murakami


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Computer Wallpapers: Totally free and easy to download!

I recently created some Phone Wallpapers that you can find here and here.

Now, I’ve decided to design some Computer Wallpapers, because, why not?

The main purpose of this blog is to spread God’s Word and unconditional love, so I thought creating nice (godly) wallpapers could be one of the many ways to accomplish that goal! Once again, they are all created and designed by me to respect copyright policies. What I do is, I choose some pictures I’ve taken before and edit them on Photoshop using blending options and then I change the colors to create different styles; then I write one short inspirational quote or word (mostly Bible-based).

If you like them, please share wit friends and family, or leave us a comment below!

We are open to feedback, if you have any ideas please feel free to share them with us. Plus, if you want a personalized wallpaper, let us know and we’ll create one for you! Don’t forget that they are all totally free! If you’d like a personalized wallpaper, write an e-mail to, we will try to contact you as soon as possible and we’ll happily create a wallpaper suited for you! 🙂 Any favorite Bible-Verse, quote or word? Let us know!

So here are the instructions to download the different wallpapers below:

  1. Choose the wallpaper you like the most.

  2. Click on the Image.

  3. A new tab is going to open

  4. Right Click

  5. Choose  “Save Image As…”

  6. Download to computer and at “System Preferences” change the desktop wallpaper.

This is how my computer looks now (when I open my laptop I remember how important it is to have an attitude of gratitude and give thanks to God no matter what on a daily basis):

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Prayer for unrequited love: heartbroken? Read this!

A prayer for unrequited love (for the brokenhearted)

Father, I reach to You as I admit that I am heart-broken.

I fear that this experience will harden my heart, but then I remember Your Word, You have called me not to be afraid (Isaiah 41:10), and You promise to heal the broken hearted (Psalms 147:3), so here I am, handing You my heart so You can heal it.

I feel like my hopes and dreams are crushed. I am confused, desperate and I don’t really understand how and why things happen; I just know that it is my place to seek YOU for help and comfort. I need Your relief, Lord and I trust that You will bind up my wounds and bring hope to my future (Jeremiah 29:11).

Despite the (amazing) fact that You love me, I sometimes feel alone even though I believe that You are with me. I feel defeated and hopeless. I feel unwanted, unimportant, not good enough. My self-worth is low as a result of others opinions, but I want to remain firm on what YOU say about me. You think of me as beautiful, worthy and important. I am fearfully and wonderfully made (Psalm 129:14), so I must not doubt who I am in Christ. Your opinion is the ONLY one that truly matters.

I want to become the person You created me to be: strong, self-confident, without fear of the future, beautiful and unique, with a happy, loving and forgiving heart.

Lord, I must confess that sometimes it is hard to be single in a world that won’t recognize the motivations behind that decision. It is hard to be “alone” when (almost) everyone you know is in a relationship. It is difficult to be true to yourself and wait for the person who will respect and love you because that requires patience and strength.

You have taught me not to conform to this world but sometimes I don’t know how to avoid it. Nonetheless, I recognize today that You are the One that loves me the most with a love so pure and honest that just proves how Your Grace really is enough.

My heart belongs to You, there is no love greater than Yours. I am confident that if I place my love-life in Your hands and let You take control then something beyond amazing will happen. I pray so that You can help me wait for the relationship You approve of. May You choose Lord, not me. May You bring me to a relationship that will make my faith grow stronger; bring a partner into my life that will love You more than me.

I will patiently wait for the person You have chosen for me. For the person who will make me grow closer to You instead of further apart.

I will remain confident in Your Word and I will trust You Lord. I trust You.

Today I want to also pray for the person who hurt me, I ask You to bless him/her.

May Your Holy Spirit guide my thoughts, feelings, and actions and lead me to the path You want me to walk through.

I love You Lord, have Your way in my life, I give YOU my heart knowing that You will heal me, love me, protect me and introduce me to the right person according to Your time and Your will.

Lord, today I surrender.

I let go of all control.

I embrace the fact that Your ways are not my ways and I am grateful because Your ways are far better than mine.

Teach me how to guard my heart above all else without building walls around it.

Thank You Father, I love You, in Jesus name, Amen.

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