Hope for Those Who Fall

The unveiling
An opening
A fragrance
Holy and pleasing
Hope blooming


Then the scatter
Like after the Fall
Each matters
Every one seen
Trusting with every ounce of their being

He redeems


Remember these things, Jacob, (or insert your name)

for you, Israel, are my servant.

I have made you, you are my servant;

Israel, I will not forget you.

I have swept away your offenses like a cloud,

your sins like the morning mist.

Return to Me, for I have redeemed you (Isaiah 44:21-22).


It is what God asks of us daily, moment by moment. Turn our faces to Him, honor Our Father, Our Abba, Our Redeemer.

Today, I pray for ALL prodigal children, those who grew up in the church and went away, those who appear to others as long gone from the arms of Jesus. I ask You, LORD, to draw these children back to Your loving presence. I ask boldly, LORD, that You make a straight path in the middle of the tornado of lies they find themselves in. You are the Truth, the Way, and OUR Life! Praise Your Holy Name! You alone save! We look forward to seeing Your glory in the lives of prodigals, Lord. In Jesus Name, Amen

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Have a beauty-full day.

In Christ,




10 thoughts on “Hope for Those Who Fall

  1. I love this, Julie! I’m adding my heart and voice to this prayer. May the truth of God’s Word and the power of His Holy Spirit, open eyes, unstop ears and melt hearts for Jesus today! Oh, Lord, hear our cry for the prodigals in our lives. Bless you, sweet sister, and your deep heart for others.


      1. Thank you, Tony! So good to hear from you. I speak on Saturday before Easter. I am praying for you and your lovely wife as I type. May God bless you both this holy week!


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