We started with 31 calendar days,
Today's Journey devotion was perfect for me. This is what it says.
How often do we consider that each man or woman in uniform represents a family? They must trust God in a way that many of us can't relate to---placing their loved ones in His hands, praying that He will keep them safe, strong, and firm in faith. While not all of us have a loved one in the military, chances are we know someone with a son, daughter, spouse, parent or relative serving in the Middle East or somewhere else far from home. Consider today how you can remain consistent in prayer and support for these strong, but constantly concerned families.
This speaks to me about military families,
and also for families who have family members
who are in another country,
serving as missionaries.
It also reminds me today,
that Jase is not mine,
he is the Lord's to use the way He wants.
I am trusting God
to take care of Jase
while he is gone from us
on this mission trip.
Rejoice in hope;
be patient in affliction;
be persistent in prayer.
Also see Psalm 91
Today and everyday,
I will pray for the
military and missionary families.
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