Rescue me, O God…

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When you stop trying to control your life
and instead allow your anxieties and problems to bring you to God in prayer,
you shift from worry to watching.
~Paul E. Miller, A Praying Life, p73~

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Though suffering itself is universal,
each experience of suffering is unique
because each person who goes through it is unique.
We must enter the darkness of loss alone,
but once there we will find others with whom we can share life together.
~Jerry Sittser, A Grace Disguised, p171~

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~part of our series, Serving Those in The Church with Chronic Needs~

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One Reply to “Rescue me, O God…”

  1. So thankful that God showed me how to stop being a “worrier” and turn that anxiety into prayer instead. One book that really helped me was Linda Dillow’s, “Calm my Anxious Heart”. God is always there and what a comfort that is.

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