Saturday, September 26, 2009

Saturday Steps of Faith # 27

Steps of Faith

What are you believing God for?

Do you trust God enough to take Him at His word?
Not only for your neighbor or friend..., but for you?

Saturday Steps of Faith is our opportunity to publicly claim His promises for our lives. It is the place where we believe God for things great and small.

Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it. Proverbs 22:6

I am believing God this week for my brother. Although he was raised in the same household and by the same parents as my sister and I - the path he chose to follow was much different.

My hearts desire is for my brother to return to the Lord. His wife is also not a believer. My prayer is that she would trust Jesus for her salvation.

I know that these requests are also on the heart of the Father. Will you join me in praying for Jeff & Maureen? I am believing God on their behalf - that He will move on their hearts and that they will respond with YES!

How about you? What are you believing God for?

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Patty said...

Good morning Lisa!

I will believe with you! Today is the day of salvation. May God send laborers to them that will witness to them w/ words that would penetrate their hearts. May God give them receptive hearts before they get there!

I am believing God to deliver us and place us in a home of our own.

Love you,

Brook said...

Please pray the same for my brother Reggie and his recently divorced (Tuesday) wife, April.

Misty said...

Praying for Jeff and Maureen with you! :)

Heather C said...

Praying for Jeff & Maureen, and for Patty's new home, and for Reggie & April.

I'm believing God to bring beauty from the ashes of a situation in my life... and believing Him to help me not only survive, but to thrive in the midst of pain and difficulty. Please pray for me, Lisa. Thanks!