Bring the Ring

We put on “OUR” fingers tokens of “OUR” love. Marriages are made in heaven. “Get the ring and put it on his finger, for once my son was dead but he is now alive.” Lost and found prodigals, like rings, make everyone merry. “OUR” identity in who I AM is not in a ring, but “OUR” loving Father knowing who we are, watching and waiting for us to come to “OUR” senses and come home.

His name is great and a ring to identify us as His son, names us in His sight with a name above all names given among men were we can “BE” safe. Entrance into His heavenly home, based on His Word guarantees for a lifetime His gift to us. The kiss of death is when there is no love lost but genuine sorrow for sinners gives worth to His Sonship.

“Christ-ones” named for His One and only Son, “BE”loved of the Lord, heals in a rush from separation to “BE” found alive again. “OUR” debt of love to repay the hate of another brother in jealous rage is healed by His cross to bear the sins of many.

We are led to “BE”live again the life of His Son in these restored bodies, escape the evil ones accusations. We are delivered safely home in His powerful name to give Him glory and honor and praise endlessly. Let it “BE” so!



About prayersjourney

Elder, retired, GPa, Journaling life, learning To Pray, same home over fifty years. Five sons and GKids.
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2 Responses to Bring the Ring

  1. SovereignMary says:

    We never stop praying. But, the Lord also gave us minds and a conscience as well as free will to seek the Truth and fight against injustice. He spoke with full voice against evil.
    Our actions and our voices should also be rendered into the mix.
    When Christ walked this earth He not only prayed but He also rendered His voice to speak out for all mankind. He also took action when He found the money changers in the temple. We have the duty to not only pray, but to also take action and lend our voices to countering injustice and evil.

    • Thank you for your comment to “OUR” PRAY-ers Journal. You’re so right on. I’ve been here only to post prayers as they come to me in the middle of the night. I’ve been journling prayers since I had to admit I didn’t know how to pray. Began with my family in the early sixties and moved onto daily postings here. “Blaessings!”

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