As newborn babies, desire the sincere milk of the Word, so that you may grow up in your salvation.  I Peter 2:2

Morning Prayer, Friday, June 2, 2023 - WORD(S) OF THE DAY:  GIVE IT TO GOD

Father God, in spite of me, I am thankful that You are willing to use me to carry out Your purpose and plan.  Thank You.   Amen

"When Jesus got out of the boat, a man with an impure spirit came from the tombs to meet him. This man lived in the tombs, and no one could bind him anymore, not even with a chain."  Mark 5:2‭-‬3 NIV.”  

"When you have done all you can do in a situation, let go and let God handle it."  
Dealing with someone who is out of control can be an incredibly daunting task. Whether it's a rebellious teenager or someone struggling with addiction, it can feel like an uphill battle that never ends. I'm reminded of the heart-wrenching movie, Imitation of Life, where a mother tirelessly chased after her mixed-race daughter who refused to acknowledge her black heritage. The mother shed countless tears over her daughter's rejection, just like so many other parents who have faced similar struggles.  But sometimes, we have to learn to let go. We can't control everything, and we can't force someone to change if they don't want to. It's important to turn it over to God and trust Him to guide us through the difficult times. Just like how Jesus was the only one who could contain the man with the impure spirit, we too should turn to him when we feel overwhelmed.  It's not easy to let go, but sometimes it's necessary for our own well-being. We can't wear ourselves out trying to fix someone who doesn't want to be fixed. When someone is too much for you to handle, turn them over to the Lord and step back. Trust God to handle it from there. 

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"For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.."  John 3:16         




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