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TRUST JESUS TODAY
A Prayer I wrote for a young man whom was in a coma. I kept reading and checking after I posted this and found that he is 100% okay, thanks to our Lord Jesus Christ
Just so young and already in a world of pain
Lord we ask that you let your blessings reign
rain upon him from head to toe
touch his neck for we know it hurts him so
we hear there are crack's and even a coma too
Lord we know he hears his family
and he hears you too
Tell him Lord he needs to live
so he can be the one to help fulfill
fulfill prophecies from years ago
that Jesus christ can heal a heart, body and soul.
Daniel our thoughts and prayers are with you
in your sleepy little world,
but you have to come out
so the people can shout
shout glory unto our Lord
For promises kept
for all the tears family and friends have wept
You are God's glory. The shining of his light
and when you awake you'll shine so bright
so while you are in this sleepy phase
listen to the Lord and concentrate on his face.
Hold his hand and he'll wake you soon
But rest and visit with him as long as you need too.
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