Offered up for your Beloved Prodigal

Remember, God says His Word will not return to Him void (without producing the results for which He intends it). God’s Word is powerful and alive. He spoke everything into being. Breathe His Word. Speak His Word. And call those things which are not as though they already are for that’s how God sees everything. In Him it is finished. – Amen. Let us pray with hearts that are united and heavily burdened for the salvation and restoration of our Prodigals to their First Love, Jesus Christ: Praise the Lord O my soul! Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good; His love endures forever. Lord, I pray that my Beloved will love the Lord God with all [his] heart and with all …‏

“And this is my prayer: that your love may abound more and more
in knowledge and depth of insight, so that you may be able to
discern what is best and may be pure and blameless until the
day of Christ, filled with the fruit of righteousness that
comes through Jesus Christ—to the glory and praise of God.”
Philippians 1:9-11

“The heart of the discerning acquires knowledge; the ears of the wise seek it out.” Proverbs 18:15

“Standing is not learned, nor is it mastered all at once. It is learned one step (or one mistake) at a time. God allows for mistakes in standing as you learn. I cannot tell you how many times each month a person who is serious about standing tells us how they have “really blown it” with their Lord God, or with
their mate. No, you have not. God allows mistakes, and He forgives them when we repent. The only way you can “really blow it” is by giving up on God and on your prodigal spouse. Even then, God allows fresh starts. Somehow, he covers over all your mistakes, when we sincerely repent, like the tide washing across
the beach. Every sign of imperfection is washed away”.

B. Stiencamp

“Standing is not reciting a prayer, nor is it attending meetings, or talking the talk of a stander. It must become a way of life for you. That way of life is living like Jesus did. There must be no place for sin, in any form, in your life. If you call yourself a stander, you must want to see how far from the line called sin you can live, and not experimenting with what God will allow you to get away with. The sinful things of this world must be constantly dropping from your life, as they are replaced by the things of God. For example, developing a desire for Christian
music; music that will give you answers, and help, and support instead of music from the world. Live a holy life”.

B. Stiencamp

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