Send it to God Saturday

It's send it to God Saturday. I'm a bit late getting this up, but that's okay, bc it's still Saturday and I'll be praying all week. Please leave your prayer requests in the comment section of this post, and I'll pray for you as I read them. I'll also come back several times this week and pray for you again.

As for me, pray for peace. I'm dealing with a lot of anxiety lately. And pray that I continue to hold tight to God, and continue to stay in the Word, and in His presence. I love you all.

Court :)
3 Responses
  1. OneGirl Says:

    This is going to be a really hard week for me. I'll be posting about it (some) on my blog. Basically, my world ended one year ago when my sister and brother left me. Anyways, if you'd pray for healing, comfort, and peace this week...and a miracle. That'd be great.

  2. noahpoco Says:

    You have come this far, you have the strength to keep going. You have overcome alot in ur life and in turn you have gained alot, keep chuggin along and I'm sure you will be pleased with the outcome. Persistance pays off!!!!

  3. Lyr Says:

    Praying for you girl! :)

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