I am new here. But I know without having heard a word from all of you that you are my brothers and sisters in Christ. I have a husband who has been drinking for many years and now it has reached a very difficult state. My problem is staying strong and keeping focused on what God has led me to be doing... inspite of the great turmoil around me. I know we all face this in one form or the other. I am fighting discouragement, even when I know we should not have expectations. I am praying for the Holy Spirit to renew my heart, my sense of direction, and give me the power to walk through this fire, for I know I am not alone. I would appreciate your prayers and I will pray for you, also. God has given me alot of responsibility and although it is a joy , and a priviledge .... it is hard to do it all with the things I am going through at home. that sounds pretty weak when I think of the persecution going on around the world towards Christians...or just people suffering starvation, etc. my survival is not being attacked yet. but we could lose all we have if he does not stop. thank you for listening. and thank you for your prayers in advance. magnoliahouse.com shows you what God is doing in my life. xxx
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