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Our Father…

We’re really not that different, yunno.

(And you’re never really alone.)

Some one else is facing the exact same thing that you are at every moment.
Yet it’s so easy to get blindsided and caught in the moment and heat of emotions.

Here’s something I’ve been trying out for a couple of weeks:

You know that situation that gets you all worked up or wound tight? Yay. Whatever it is. Whenever you’re in that moment, pray for help for other people you may not know facing similar situations.

Sometimes it has been praying for people who are finding it difficult to focus on their books while preparing for assessments, at other times it’s been praying for people who are unnecessarily worried about nothing.

There’s a reason Jesus taught us to pray saying “Our Father…”

Emem ye ifure. 💜

#thegloryjoseph #adiahaslounge #ememyeifure #peaceandserenity

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We are alike in more ways than you know, it's why this blog exists. Every entry is my attempt to show you that your body has ability to heal from all forms of trauma and that the sound of your laughter and joy do not have to be visitors to you. Every entry is an attempt to remind you that peace and wholeness are attainable. I hope you find home here, and I hope, like me, that you fancy dodo, bread and brown pages. Subscribe already. ❤️

4 thoughts on “Our Father…

  1. How easy is it to forget that he is Our Father. No wonder in Ephesians 6, He tellsus to always pray for our brothers and sisters who are everywhere. Thank you so much GJ. You have blessed my life.

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