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Lenten Devotional: April 3, 2023

by Alicia Clements, Preschool Director

Devotional for Peace

Don’t worry about anything; instead pray about everything. Tell God what you need and thank him for all he has done. —Philippians 4:6

Dear God,

We come to you as humble as we can thanking you for all you’ve done and what you are going to do. We know nothing is possible without you. I pray that everyone who is reading this prayer gains a peace that surpasses all understanding and know that if they just lean into you and not their own understanding that everything will be fine. Dear God, we are thanking you in advance for this newfound peace we are no longer worrying but trusting in you! I just want to thank you for all you are doing and going to be doing in our lives in Jesus name we pray


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