“Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” Phillippians 4:6-7
Shannon, over at Webbisodes, used this verse in her blog this past Thursday. Her precious, little daughter, Gillian Grace has come down with something, and they’re still not sure what it is. Please keep little GG and her family in your prayers.
Isn’t it true that when you give thanks at the beginning of any prayer, after you’ve said everything you’re grateful for, it’s kind of hard to rant about your problems and issues to the Lord?
10 thoughts on “Weekend Inspiration: Phillippians 4:6-7”
What a cute baby name, and that is my favorite Bible verse ever! 🙂 I will say a prayer for her.
Saying a prayer…
And…head on over to my place…something is there for ya!
Lifting up GG.
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I find so much peace in God. Sometimes we just have to do what we can with the things we can control. And the things we can't? They are in God's hands. I will definitely keep that sweet little angel in my prayers!
Have a wonderful memorial weekend!
Thank you so much for including Gillian Grace in your weekend inspiration. You are amazing and I am so happy that we've gotten to be bloggy buddies! I appreciate your thoughtfulness and prayers more than you'll ever know.
Doctors still do not know what was the cause of Gillian Grace's illness and say we may never know. But, God is great and answered our prayers! Gillian Grace is doing fantastically. She almost seems to be back to her old self. I know more than anything she is so happy to be home and out of the hospital (aren't we all?).
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So right you are!!!
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Beautiful post and very inspiring. I so agree with your last line. Thanks and have a good day!
One of my favorite verses! I will be keeping Gillian Grace (love that name) and her family in my prayers.
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