no, i am not a "holiday dessert" that morphed into a blogger.
Thursday, January 13, 2011
His Love in Us
like what most of my friends know, this guy has been God's answer to my prayer (although technically, he's actually quite more than what I wished for). as far as I can remember, I was in deep emotional trouble when I asked God to keep me single so I could spare myself from another heartache ( simply because I was sure I was going to finally breakdown on the next one) . but of course, it came out with a bargain, which more or less, went like this: "but Lord, if you have someone saved for me who isn't like the 78% of the total male population who in one way or another, hurt me, my friends, my neighbors and all the gurls in the world, I might reconsider." and when this guy came along, I indeed reconsidered. thank heavens for the wonderful midyear gift..=) So when this guy asked me to make a Prayer for both of us, I agreed even though I didn't know how to. Then I came up with this and he printed, framed and gave it to me as one of his Christmas gifts last year. and because I only bought push pins this afternoon, the long been planned hanging has been finally implemented. so there. on my wall. the just-hung-but-already-a-year-old gift from my boo=)
"We pray to you our loving father in thanksgiving for the wonderful blessing that You have bestowed upon the two of us. We owe you dear God the wonderful years of friendship and the blissful months of love that we've shared. We humbly ask that you keep us united in love and faith and may you impart in us everyday the spirit of understanding, patience, respect and affection. Shun us away from misunderstandings, pride, jealousy and bitterness and in times when these negativities can't be avoided, instill in us forgiveness, humility and peace. Bless our eyes Lord, so that we may always see each other as an inspiration and we that we may always find happiness in each other's company. Bless our minds so that we may always think of each other as a source of hope and fulfillment. Bless our mouths so we may not speak ill of each other and that we only utter words of happiness and encouragement. Bless our ears so that we may always listen to what the other has to say. Bless our hands so that we may always remember to take good care of each other. and lastly, bless our hearts so that we may always love each other no matter what happens and that we may always put you in the center of our relationship. Give us the wisdom Father so we may not consider distance an obstacle to us. We pray in Your glory and these we all ask in the name of Jesus, Your Son. Amen."