Daily D – Psalm 122:6-7

by | May 14, 2021 | Daily D | 0 comments

Pray for the well-being of Jerusalem: “May those who love you be secure; may there be peace within your walls, security within your fortresses.”
PSALM 122:6-7 (CSB)

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Politicians are going to politick. Malevolent nations are going to interfere. Entrenched foes are going to destroy and retaliate. Innocent people will suffer and die. 

Talking heads on news broadcasts will blame this one and that one. They will note how these problems have continued for thousands of years. 

Boys and girls, men and women, are dying. Rockets and rocks and rifles are deployed making bad situations worse. 

Everyone loses. 

Only God is wise enough and powerful enough to bring peace and healing to Israelis and Palestinians, to Iranians and Arabs, to Shiites and Sunnis, to Jews and Christians. 

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem.

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I will pray for the peace of Jerusalem.

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Our Father, please bring a halt to the fighting. Please stop the bloodshed. Please provide healing and hope. Please bring peace to Jerusalem. Amen. 

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