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A Guide to Love, God, Prayer, Meditation, & Peace Within You—Right Now

Will My Sons and I Be Okay?

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Mary Jo: “I just need to know that my two sons and I will be okay spiritually, emotionally, physically and financially. I worry every minute of the day about us since my husband passed away, and I ask God for His blessings.”

The Voice for Love: “Precious One, indeed you and your boys will be fine. It is difficult to imagine at this point, and yet, it is true. You couldn’t have imagined that you would be fine today if you could have looked into your future, and yet, in truth, you are fine today. Your boys are lucky to have their wonderful mother and all your love.

“It would be most helpful to all of you to stop worrying and to start trusting. Not blind trust that leaves you helpless and hoping that things will work out. But true trust that comes from deep within that allows you to know and believe with all your heart that everything will be ok. You don’t need to know how things will be okay, but you do need to know that they will be okay. This is the time for you to develop true faith. Faith in the universe, faith in love, faith that things always work out in the end, faith that things are as they should be, faith that there are no accidents, faith that you are loved and safe, faith that all is well. Yes, this is a leap and yet, now is the time to take it. Start talking to God more frequently, share your troubles and concerns, and know that you are always being heard.

“It is important that your boys see you trusting rather than fearing. They look to you to know that they are going to be okay. Reassure yourself in your heart and mind, and then reassure them. How could anything else be possible in a loving universe? And this must be a loving universe because indeed, everything works out perfectly in the end. Please know that you are loved and that God adores you and your boys.

“Blessings to you, precious one.”

  • Luis Hernandez

    The power of prayer is not the result of the person praying. Rather, the power resides in the God who is being prayed to. 1 John 5:14-15 tells us, “This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us. And if we know that he hears us – whatever we ask – we know that we will have what we asked of him.” When we pray passionately and purposefully, according to God’s will, God responds powerfully especially when He knows that we are givers for the benefit of his kingdom or to help those who are less fortunate than we are!
    Pray my sister pray pray and don’y stop praying,  your blessings are on the way.

    P: pray
    U: untill
    S: something
    H: happens

    Don’t waste your time worring, have faith in the God of your salvation.  change your mind, perspectives, atitudes and some times even toxic friendships.

  • Tania

    Luis I am so glad that you quoted this passage in I John 5:14 because scripture is often overlooked
    by some. Sadly I too like Mary Joe have a hard time with real trust. Last week when Virginia had the 5.8 earthquake we felt it rattle our mobile home, swaying back and forth.  Here in the East we are not used to having quakes (thankfully). I started to panic. It’s been a week since and a lot of the panic has subsided but not all of it.
    What Candace wrote above is just what I’ve been needing to hear. I need to read it over and over to get the full benefit of it.
    Another good Bible verse which is helping as well is, “Trust in the Lord with all thine heart and lean not unto thy own understanding.”
    However I could use some prayer if anyone chooses to do so for the panic or lack of trust.
    My prayer for Mary Jo is the same. I wish her total wellness.

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