I’m Weak

Over the last two weeks we have seen God demonstrate His kindness, His provision, and His favor in unprecedented ways in our lives. I believe in miracles. I’ve seen them.

That’s why I’m asking you to help me pray for one more. We are in a countdown to a deadline, 6 days to be exact. We need a person to extend favor in a situation and at this moment they may or may not. But we believe that God holds the hearts of kings in His hands.

So I’m asking you to join with the Greer family tonight as we ask and keep on asking, seek and keep on seeking, knock and keep on knocking. We know a miracle is on its way. But it’s in the waiting that our faith is tested. In the uncertainty the greatest challenge is to believe in the reality of what is yet to be.

Can I just be completely transparent with you? I’m weak right now. My faith is generally high and strong. But in this moment my faith is fatigued and I’m asking God to help my unbelief.

And I’m asking you to pray that my faith will be strengthened as I wait, and the clock ticks louder and louder, until our miracle comes.

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  1. Awww, Bless you Greer’s!! There’s rest for the weary and all you need is faith as small as a mustard seed!! I love you all!! I’m believing God’s best for you all!! He will give you the deepest desires of your heart!! HUGS!!!!

  2. I am praying unceasingly for you Shannon and I truly believe what you and Kristia have stepped out in faith to do is totally of The Lord and He will bring it to pass – as I prayed now which was as soon as I read your cry from the heart for prayer I felt such an anointing and an assurance that all will be well. Just be expectant! Expectant and Expectancy are the two words that The Lord has put into my heart in the last few days – not that I have never heard it before but I just think He wanted to remind me that it is a key factor when we are waiting for miracles. So have a special day being expectant of the miracle which is about to happen. Much love to you all and lots of prayers. Pam

  3. Often God gives us an acorn when we ask for an oak tree. It’s the process of stewarding the acorn that gives us the wisdom to manage the tree. -Bill Johnson

    Borrowed from a Facebook post this morning…

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