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Every time I ask God for strength, he gives it to me.

 
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Every time I ask God for strength, he gives it to me.
Thank you Lord for always providing me with enough to survive and take care of my family. I am always grateful for everything you provide.

AMEN.
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Thank you Lord for always providing me with enough to survive and take care of my family. I am always grateful for everything you provide.

AMEN.
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AMEN!

The Lord fill you up with strength and courage and faith.
The Lord sustain you forever as we long to be with Him.
The Lord light your dark days with the sun.
And the gloomy days may He paint it white as the falling snow.

In Jesus Christ.
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Thank you Lord for always providing me with enough to survive and take care of my family. I am always grateful for everything you provide.

AMEN.
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you've cracked open the head of the Fount. The literal keys to the Realms are yours if you claim them
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Thank you Lord for always providing me with enough to survive and take care of my family. I am always grateful for everything you provide.

AMEN.
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5 stars for you OP

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Thank you Lord for always providing me with enough to survive and take care of my family. I am always grateful for everything you provide.

AMEN.
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AMEN!!!! praaaayeeerrrr
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Look into your heart and you'll find Love, Love, Love.
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Look into your heart and you'll find Love, Love, Love.
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It is written, The heart is deceitful above all things and beyond cure. Who can understand it?
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Look into your heart and you'll find Love, Love, Love.
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It is written, The heart is deceitful above all things and beyond cure. Who can understand it?
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Such is not written as you say, for this is only what you say and not what it is.

For a heart that is full of light is full of Jesus Christ, who makes it pure.

But it is true that a heart that is full of sin is full of darkness.

In Jesus Christ.
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cool story,

everytime i take my oxy 40's God gives me strength too

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Thank you Lord for always providing me with enough to survive and take care of my family. I am always grateful for everything you provide.

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Look into your heart and you'll find Love, Love, Love.
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It is written, The heart is deceitful above all things and beyond cure. Who can understand it?
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Such is not written as you say, for this is only what you say and not what it is.

For a heart that is full of light is full of Jesus Christ, who makes it pure.

But it is true that a heart that is full of sin is full of darkness.

In Jesus Christ.
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Go away, for it is written, Not by might, not by power, but by my Spirit saith The Lord.
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Thank you for your faith and love of God. It helped me. I said it repeatedly, it is hard to pray; I forget so easily that He really has been helping me to survive ever since we lost everthing in 2009. The fear and stress of living without money is indescribable. Little things I used to do without second thought, like getting into the(new) car to go to the g-store, drive kids to school, run errands, is today a very stressful activity due to constant break downs and if not that, running out of gas is the norm, because we never have more than 10 to put in at a time etc. We had a thriving business,lovely home (4 years until paid off)with security, and are reduced to an animal-like existence today. I haven't been out of bed in four days, so exhausted and deperessed. It's all taking its toll despite my faith in God and my determination to stay strong. Poverty is a terrible and dreadful condition, toxic and disease-like. Please pray for me and my family, we are helpless and alone. God bless
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You asking "God" for strength isn't what keeps you going. Its the delusion that an invisible deity is giving you strength when you ask for it on demand. You are a pretty deluded person to think "God" is helping you when thousands of people suffer and die every day without any help from "God". The only thing giving you strength is yourself.
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Thank you for your faith and love of God. It helped me. I said it repeatedly, it is hard to pray; I forget so easily that He really has been helping me to survive ever since we lost everthing in 2009. The fear and stress of living without money is indescribable. Little things I used to do without second thought, like getting into the(new) car to go to the g-store, drive kids to school, run errands, is today a very stressful activity due to constant break downs and if not that, running out of gas is the norm, because we never have more than 10 to put in at a time etc. We had a thriving business,lovely home (4 years until paid off)with security, and are reduced to an animal-like existence today. I haven't been out of bed in four days, so exhausted and deperessed. It's all taking its toll despite my faith in God and my determination to stay strong. Poverty is a terrible and dreadful condition, toxic and disease-like. Please pray for me and my family, we are helpless and alone. God bless
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I feel for you but also wonder how you can post to an online forum when this poor and disabled. Best of luck you you family, and may you truly get what you deserve.
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You asking "God" for strength isn't what keeps you going. Its the delusion that an invisible deity is giving you strength when you ask for it on demand. You are a pretty deluded person to think "God" is helping you when thousands of people suffer and die every day without any help from "God". The only thing giving you strength is yourself.
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And the kicking in the groin while down award goes to:
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Thank you for your faith and love of God. It helped me. I said it repeatedly, it is hard to pray; I forget so easily that He really has been helping me to survive ever since we lost everthing in 2009. The fear and stress of living without money is indescribable. Little things I used to do without second thought, like getting into the(new) car to go to the g-store, drive kids to school, run errands, is today a very stressful activity due to constant break downs and if not that, running out of gas is the norm, because we never have more than 10 to put in at a time etc. We had a thriving business,lovely home (4 years until paid off)with security, and are reduced to an animal-like existence today. I haven't been out of bed in four days, so exhausted and deperessed. It's all taking its toll despite my faith in God and my determination to stay strong. Poverty is a terrible and dreadful condition, toxic and disease-like. Please pray for me and my family, we are helpless and alone. God bless
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Jesus said He had no place to lay his head. And He did not worry. Lots of people struggling today. Me included. Paul, when in prison was able to be content. We can achieve that with faith. We are to be content in every situation, trusting in God (i know it's hard to do sometimes)

Things are things, let go of them and the desire for them.

We are to rejoice in our sufferings because we know that God is building in us important qualities. Sometimes it takes a long journey in the shadow of death.

I have been reduced down to a minimal living, but praise God, my bills are paid, my kids are fed and clothed, and i have a car that works. I only have a few dollars to put in the tank at a time, but the gas always shows up, the food always shows up, the clothing always shows up... just enough for whatever need we have.

I have learned to live with the understanding that God has set aside a portion for me and my family, and He never abandons me. It is up to me to do with what He provides in the best way that I can. So far that means letting go of things like my house (couldn't afford the mortgage anymore), manicures, cell phones, new clothes all the time, eating in restaurants, giving money away, vacations, etc etc etc.

When my finances changed, it took me about a year to stop being pissed about it, and adjust to the portion that God provided. Now I am pretty savvy and have learned many ways to make my dollar stretch (and, no, i am not on welfare/food stamps).

Anyway, I don't want to guess why God puts us thru the trials that He does. But, I am a living, breathing example of one person who has come to appreciate them. I am a single mom (widow) with two special needs kids, with a disability of my own (muscular dystrophy) and a limited income.
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Thank you for your faith and love of God. It helped me. I said it repeatedly, it is hard to pray; I forget so easily that He really has been helping me to survive ever since we lost everthing in 2009. The fear and stress of living without money is indescribable. Little things I used to do without second thought, like getting into the(new) car to go to the g-store, drive kids to school, run errands, is today a very stressful activity due to constant break downs and if not that, running out of gas is the norm, because we never have more than 10 to put in at a time etc. We had a thriving business,lovely home (4 years until paid off)with security, and are reduced to an animal-like existence today. I haven't been out of bed in four days, so exhausted and deperessed. It's all taking its toll despite my faith in God and my determination to stay strong. Poverty is a terrible and dreadful condition, toxic and disease-like. Please pray for me and my family, we are helpless and alone. God bless
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Jesus said He had no place to lay his head. And He did not worry. Lots of people struggling today. Me included. Paul, when in prison was able to be content. We can achieve that with faith. We are to be content in every situation, trusting in God (i know it's hard to do sometimes)

Things are things, let go of them and the desire for them.

We are to rejoice in our sufferings because we know that God is building in us important qualities. Sometimes it takes a long journey in the shadow of death.

I have been reduced down to a minimal living, but praise God, my bills are paid, my kids are fed and clothed, and i have a car that works. I only have a few dollars to put in the tank at a time, but the gas always shows up, the food always shows up, the clothing always shows up... just enough for whatever need we have.

I have learned to live with the understanding that God has set aside a portion for me and my family, and He never abandons me. It is up to me to do with what He provides in the best way that I can. So far that means letting go of things like my house (couldn't afford the mortgage anymore), manicures, cell phones, new clothes all the time, eating in restaurants, giving money away, vacations, etc etc etc.

When my finances changed, it took me about a year to stop being pissed about it, and adjust to the portion that God provided. Now I am pretty savvy and have learned many ways to make my dollar stretch (and, no, i am not on welfare/food stamps).

Anyway, I don't want to guess why God puts us thru the trials that He does. But, I am a living, breathing example of one person who has come to appreciate them. I am a single mom (widow) with two special needs kids, with a disability of my own (muscular dystrophy) and a limited income.
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You are an inspiration. God does have a plan, and it does seem strange at the time but always seems to make total sense in a year or so. So 3 major doctor bills per month, how do you manage this?
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Thank you for your faith and love of God. It helped me. I said it repeatedly, it is hard to pray; I forget so easily that He really has been helping me to survive ever since we lost everthing in 2009. The fear and stress of living without money is indescribable. Little things I used to do without second thought, like getting into the(new) car to go to the g-store, drive kids to school, run errands, is today a very stressful activity due to constant break downs and if not that, running out of gas is the norm, because we never have more than 10 to put in at a time etc. We had a thriving business,lovely home (4 years until paid off)with security, and are reduced to an animal-like existence today. I haven't been out of bed in four days, so exhausted and deperessed. It's all taking its toll despite my faith in God and my determination to stay strong. Poverty is a terrible and dreadful condition, toxic and disease-like. Please pray for me and my family, we are helpless and alone. God bless
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13261022


Jesus said He had no place to lay his head. And He did not worry. Lots of people struggling today. Me included. Paul, when in prison was able to be content. We can achieve that with faith. We are to be content in every situation, trusting in God (i know it's hard to do sometimes)

Things are things, let go of them and the desire for them.

We are to rejoice in our sufferings because we know that God is building in us important qualities. Sometimes it takes a long journey in the shadow of death.

I have been reduced down to a minimal living, but praise God, my bills are paid, my kids are fed and clothed, and i have a car that works. I only have a few dollars to put in the tank at a time, but the gas always shows up, the food always shows up, the clothing always shows up... just enough for whatever need we have.

I have learned to live with the understanding that God has set aside a portion for me and my family, and He never abandons me. It is up to me to do with what He provides in the best way that I can. So far that means letting go of things like my house (couldn't afford the mortgage anymore), manicures, cell phones, new clothes all the time, eating in restaurants, giving money away, vacations, etc etc etc.

When my finances changed, it took me about a year to stop being pissed about it, and adjust to the portion that God provided. Now I am pretty savvy and have learned many ways to make my dollar stretch (and, no, i am not on welfare/food stamps).

Anyway, I don't want to guess why God puts us thru the trials that He does. But, I am a living, breathing example of one person who has come to appreciate them. I am a single mom (widow) with two special needs kids, with a disability of my own (muscular dystrophy) and a limited income.
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You are an inspiration. God does have a plan, and it does seem strange at the time but always seems to make total sense in a year or so. So 3 major doctor bills per month, how do you manage this?
 Quoting: Borian


i don't have major med bills. insurance covers almost everything we need today. we are blessed. we live meagerly, but we are blessed.
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Same here. I ask God to strengthen me and he does. There's more:
I ask him to calm my nerves and he does, ask to be provided for and he always provides, even have been asking for my health to not get sick when so many around me are getting sick and he protects me from the many colds and flu viruses that I am exposed to daily so that I can perform my work. Praise God, thank you
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Amen!

Blessings to you OP!!


hf

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Thank you for your faith and love of God. It helped me. I said it repeatedly, it is hard to pray; I forget so easily that He really has been helping me to survive ever since we lost everthing in 2009. The fear and stress of living without money is indescribable. Little things I used to do without second thought, like getting into the(new) car to go to the g-store, drive kids to school, run errands, is today a very stressful activity due to constant break downs and if not that, running out of gas is the norm, because we never have more than 10 to put in at a time etc. We had a thriving business,lovely home (4 years until paid off)with security, and are reduced to an animal-like existence today. I haven't been out of bed in four days, so exhausted and deperessed. It's all taking its toll despite my faith in God and my determination to stay strong. Poverty is a terrible and dreadful condition, toxic and disease-like. Please pray for me and my family, we are helpless and alone. God bless
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13261022


Jesus said He had no place to lay his head. And He did not worry. Lots of people struggling today. Me included. Paul, when in prison was able to be content. We can achieve that with faith. We are to be content in every situation, trusting in God (i know it's hard to do sometimes)

Things are things, let go of them and the desire for them.

We are to rejoice in our sufferings because we know that God is building in us important qualities. Sometimes it takes a long journey in the shadow of death.

I have been reduced down to a minimal living, but praise God, my bills are paid, my kids are fed and clothed, and i have a car that works. I only have a few dollars to put in the tank at a time, but the gas always shows up, the food always shows up, the clothing always shows up... just enough for whatever need we have.

I have learned to live with the understanding that God has set aside a portion for me and my family, and He never abandons me. It is up to me to do with what He provides in the best way that I can. So far that means letting go of things like my house (couldn't afford the mortgage anymore), manicures, cell phones, new clothes all the time, eating in restaurants, giving money away, vacations, etc etc etc.

When my finances changed, it took me about a year to stop being pissed about it, and adjust to the portion that God provided. Now I am pretty savvy and have learned many ways to make my dollar stretch (and, no, i am not on welfare/food stamps).

Anyway, I don't want to guess why God puts us thru the trials that He does. But, I am a living, breathing example of one person who has come to appreciate them. I am a single mom (widow) with two special needs kids, with a disability of my own (muscular dystrophy) and a limited income.
 Quoting: Salt


You are an inspiration. God does have a plan, and it does seem strange at the time but always seems to make total sense in a year or so. So 3 major doctor bills per month, how do you manage this?
 Quoting: Borian


i don't have major med bills. insurance covers almost everything we need today. we are blessed. we live meagerly, but we are blessed.
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Best of luck to you. The wife and I are in a similar situation with our son. Pretty much all you can do is see what happens tomorrow. As long as the sun rises, life is good.
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Jesus said He had no place to lay his head. And He did not worry. Lots of people struggling today. Me included. Paul, when in prison was able to be content. We can achieve that with faith. We are to be content in every situation, trusting in God (i know it's hard to do sometimes)

Things are things, let go of them and the desire for them.

We are to rejoice in our sufferings because we know that God is building in us important qualities. Sometimes it takes a long journey in the shadow of death.

I have been reduced down to a minimal living, but praise God, my bills are paid, my kids are fed and clothed, and i have a car that works. I only have a few dollars to put in the tank at a time, but the gas always shows up, the food always shows up, the clothing always shows up... just enough for whatever need we have.

I have learned to live with the understanding that God has set aside a portion for me and my family, and He never abandons me. It is up to me to do with what He provides in the best way that I can. So far that means letting go of things like my house (couldn't afford the mortgage anymore), manicures, cell phones, new clothes all the time, eating in restaurants, giving money away, vacations, etc etc etc.

When my finances changed, it took me about a year to stop being pissed about it, and adjust to the portion that God provided. Now I am pretty savvy and have learned many ways to make my dollar stretch (and, no, i am not on welfare/food stamps).

Anyway, I don't want to guess why God puts us thru the trials that He does. But, I am a living, breathing example of one person who has come to appreciate them. I am a single mom (widow) with two special needs kids, with a disability of my own (muscular dystrophy) and a limited income.
 Quoting: Salt


You are an inspiration. God does have a plan, and it does seem strange at the time but always seems to make total sense in a year or so. So 3 major doctor bills per month, how do you manage this?
 Quoting: Borian


i don't have major med bills. insurance covers almost everything we need today. we are blessed. we live meagerly, but we are blessed.
 Quoting: Salt


Best of luck to you. The wife and I are in a similar situation with our son. Pretty much all you can do is see what happens tomorrow. As long as the sun rises, life is good.
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similar situation?
thanks for your encouragement, btw.
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You are an inspiration. God does have a plan, and it does seem strange at the time but always seems to make total sense in a year or so. So 3 major doctor bills per month, how do you manage this?
 Quoting: Borian


i don't have major med bills. insurance covers almost everything we need today. we are blessed. we live meagerly, but we are blessed.
 Quoting: Salt


Best of luck to you. The wife and I are in a similar situation with our son. Pretty much all you can do is see what happens tomorrow. As long as the sun rises, life is good.
 Quoting: Borian


similar situation?
thanks for your encouragement, btw.
 Quoting: Salt


Yeah. We have a 27 year old "kid" with cystic fibrosis, wegener's disease, and nasty enough case of gluacoma that required 7 surgeries in a year. From his first year, the doctors said he will die in less than a year. We have heard it 27 times.

He's blind because of a vitamin deficiency when he was 6 months old due to the undiagnosed cystic fibrosis.

Funny thing is, he is normal beyond his disability, in fact he's kind of an ass.

/fist bump
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You asking "God" for strength isn't what keeps you going. Its the delusion that an invisible deity is giving you strength when you ask for it on demand. You are a pretty deluded person to think "God" is helping you when thousands of people suffer and die every day without any help from "God". The only thing giving you strength is yourself.
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And the kicking in the groin while down award goes to:
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Hardly a kicking down! Empowering I'd say. Telling the person that their strength comes from within is hardly a kick in anything.
If more people would realise their inner potential instead of attributing it to some archaic fairy we'd all be better off.
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I always have a hard time picturing God as a He, but I am glad it works for you!hf
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Thank you for your faith and love of God. It helped me. I said it repeatedly, it is hard to pray; I forget so easily that He really has been helping me to survive ever since we lost everthing in 2009. The fear and stress of living without money is indescribable. Little things I used to do without second thought, like getting into the(new) car to go to the g-store, drive kids to school, run errands, is today a very stressful activity due to constant break downs and if not that, running out of gas is the norm, because we never have more than 10 to put in at a time etc. We had a thriving business,lovely home (4 years until paid off)with security, and are reduced to an animal-like existence today. I haven't been out of bed in four days, so exhausted and deperessed. It's all taking its toll despite my faith in God and my determination to stay strong. Poverty is a terrible and dreadful condition, toxic and disease-like. Please pray for me and my family, we are helpless and alone. God bless
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I will be praying for you.
hf
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Thank you for your faith and love of God. It helped me. I said it repeatedly, it is hard to pray; I forget so easily that He really has been helping me to survive ever since we lost everthing in 2009. The fear and stress of living without money is indescribable. Little things I used to do without second thought, like getting into the(new) car to go to the g-store, drive kids to school, run errands, is today a very stressful activity due to constant break downs and if not that, running out of gas is the norm, because we never have more than 10 to put in at a time etc. We had a thriving business,lovely home (4 years until paid off)with security, and are reduced to an animal-like existence today. I haven't been out of bed in four days, so exhausted and deperessed. It's all taking its toll despite my faith in God and my determination to stay strong. Poverty is a terrible and dreadful condition, toxic and disease-like. Please pray for me and my family, we are helpless and alone. God bless
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I will be praying for you.
hf
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and I'm there too. We are surviving on what's left of my meager 401k. Then...who knows.
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Re: Every time I ask God for strength, he gives it to me.
You asking "God" for strength isn't what keeps you going. Its the delusion that an invisible deity is giving you strength when you ask for it on demand. You are a pretty deluded person to think "God" is helping you when thousands of people suffer and die every day without any help from "God". The only thing giving you strength is yourself.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5739241


And the kicking in the groin while down award goes to:
 Quoting: Borian


Hardly a kicking down! Empowering I'd say. Telling the person that their strength comes from within is hardly a kick in anything.
If more people would realise their inner potential instead of attributing it to some archaic fairy we'd all be better off.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1377056


Well more power too you then. My archaic fairy said you are a bitter thing.

People should rely on themselves completely. You should be able to fix or overcome any issue that comes near your family. Life is supposed to be a good time, not a bad one.

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