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Healing for the Soul Outreach

“I will be your God throughout your lifetime–until your hair is white with age. I made you, and I will care for you. I will carry you along and save you.” – Isaiah 46:4 (New Living Translation)

Let us walk in victory today knowing that God is solving all of our problems and weaving our days together to His Glory.  We stand on the promises of God to come to pass in our lives .  He is a healer and revealer and protector and will  carry us , sustain our needs and rescue us when we are in trouble

Prayer:  Lord we rise early in the morning to sing your praises and come before the throne of Grace. Thank you for your love  and kindness in waking us up this morning to expend another day in service to others and in service to you. Set crooked paths straight, smooth out…

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