A prodigal Son

I am a prodigal son when it comes to my faith. I walked away several years ago and I know in my heart of hearts I am suppose to come home, but I cannot seem get passed all the battles that I faced while I was involved with my faith and it seems whenever I think, read or even talk to God about coming home I am attacked even harder and I let the attacks happen without even trying to turn to God. I know where I am suppose to be and I know where I want to be, please pray that I may return home soon and that my wife will come with me.

Posted on Feb 1, 2012 | Prayer Request


your sister in God said on Feb 03, 2012 at 10:08pm

in reading your post i have had a similar situation and found you are attacked harder because satan does anything he can to stop us from having a relationship with our Father God.  The armor of God helped me in temptations and satans strikes.  I now im a very strong chirstian who is so thankful my God had patience with me and was there to fight my battle for me.  I am praying for you and your wife that you may overcome this and have the protection of God who never leaves your side and give you everything you need when you need it!  i am also praying the Holy Spirit gives you strength and courage when the enemy strikes.  We are all children of God brothers and sisters and I think in asking for prayer you are ready to let God help you and i am praying you keep that humble attitude.

sister in Christ said on Feb 09, 2012 at 1:13pm

Hello brother,
Please know that you are not defeated by the devil. Remember your roots brother!  I ask God rt now in the name of Jesus that he restore into your heart healing from your past. May God break down any walls of bitterness in the name of Jesus. May God give u peace that surpasses all understanding! For remember greater is he that is in me (you) then he that is in this world! God I ask that u give this brother guidance for the days ahead. Please give him the perserverence, and liberty that he needs in his faith to move through this storm of life. May he trust you father in all that he does.  In Jesus name,    Amen!

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