Sunday, August 10, 2014

May He Restore Your Soul

"The truth told with evil intent is worse than all the lies."~ William Blake

My prayer today is for all God's precious children who have been hurt by those who have misused the truth to harm innocent souls through no fault of their own.

These precious individuals have suffered intensely at the hands of those who were agents of evil masquerading as angels of light.
Jesus called them "wolves in sheep's clothing." He also said, "You shall know them by their fruits."
Because of their unspeakable acts, their victims suffer lifelong emotional and often physical damage.

Luke wrote in His Gospel, "Jesus said to His followers, 'things will surely happen that will make people sin. But it will be very bad for anyone who makes this happen. 
It will be very bad for anyone who makes one of these little children sin. It would be better for them to have a millstone tied around their neck and be drowned in the sea. So be careful.'" Luke 17:1-3 (ERV)

St. Mark wrote in his gospel that Jesus once said, "If someone causes one of the little ones who believe in me to lose faith, it would be better for that man if a huge millstone were tied around his neck and he were thrown into the sea." Mark 9:42 (TLB)

One day, the Bible promises that Jesus will wipe away every tear from every eye.
I pray for all the precious souls that have been hurt by those who have misused the truth with evil intentions. 
May the Lord Jesus restore your soul. May He wrap you in His measureless love for you and cover your scars with the blood He shed for you on the cross. May you know that He shares your pain and suffering. May He wash it away, along with all your tears in the Mercy River, as you trust your heart to Him. In Jesus' Name. 

Jesus Cherishes you and so do I. ~Suzanne ❤️

Unto The Least of These "May God Restore Your Soul" © 2014 Suzanne Davis Harden, All Rights Reserved.  Photo Credit/via Pinterest; Scripture Quotations:  (ERV) © 2006 World Bible Tranlation Center All Rights Reserved. (TLB © 1971 Tyndale  House, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 


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