Update to my prayer request. MS Diagnosed/Estranged Kids/ Court Date
Prayers: 85Requests: 7
December 5, 2019 at 5:23 pm
God has worked another miracle right in front of everyone. While I didn’t hurt anyone, I did try to commit suicide without anyone’s knowledge. My ex wife found out and immediately ran to the courts. I understand what she did this, however, she is not a believer and acts out of fear and hatred rather than love. Getting the courts involved was her last attempt to try an destroy me. The courts recognized this and showed favor by giving me an opportunity that was truly a miracle. My MS still lingered and I still have not spoken with my kids for 6 months, but God has a plan and he is slowly showing me that plan as time moves on. I’m so grateful for all your prayers! Tb am you all so much DAB family! I TRULEY love you all! Blessings, Z
Prayers: 1001Requests: 2
December 6, 2019 at 7:04 am
Thank you Lord for saving Z’s life and giving him courage and strength to go on. You are glorified by his endurance. I pray that his ex wife may come to know Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Surround her with witnesses living your love. May she be able to hear the gospel and desire You. Thank you for the miracle here. May the hearts of the kids stay tender toward their dad. MS is a hard battle. I pray they may understand it. You know the plans you have for them, plans for good and not for evil, to give them a future and a hope. I believe. I know You will be at work in this family continually. And I praise you for never giving up. For always having a plan to counter the enemy. For already being victorious. In Jesus name
Prayers: 3217Requests: 24
December 6, 2019 at 11:08 am
Thank You, Lord, for preserving Z’s life. Give him hope and help him see the bright future that You have for him. Work Your will in his and his ex-wife’s lives today. May they bring You glory. ~gail
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