My Prayer by K.F.

“My Prayer”                                                                                                    November 18, 2015  by K.F.

Dear Heavenly Father     Yes   You  O   Lord,

I need your help to tame my double edged sword.

Take away all the negativity, Please watch over my friends and family.

I cry out O Lord to you, But I’m scared my prayers don’t get through.

I’m lost in this cruel cruel place, Pushing forward everyday with death staring me in the face.

I sit alone at night and pray,

Thank Thee Lord for another glorious beautiful day.

God why do we try to tear each other down?

I’m tired of seeing others walk around with frowns.

Its sad seeing people lose their faith,

When all they have to do is let go for you’ve already carried the weight.

Not taking time to say a prayer before we go to bed,

Not repenting of our sin and to soon were dead.

The blessings you send get pushed back

Because faith and honesty is where we lack.

Lord I wish we could all walk free,

But one day soon chains, handcuffs & shackles can’t hold me.

I can’t wait to see my Father in heaven face to face,

Yes I’m saved but only through his amazing grace.

I know you didn’t put me here,

But you saved me from the death that was drawing near.

So thank you Lord for showing me to live Day to Day,

Without you I would have never found the narrow path way.

 

 a prayer from prison

A Victim’s Forgiveness: Letter from H.L.K.

Jan 30. 2016

Mr. K. G.,

Thank you for the giant print reference Bible.  Its print size, cross references and concordance makes it a very reliable hard to beat Bible.  Thank you so very much.

In the last set of study answer sheets, you asked if I had gotten in touch with my victim’s daughter since she’d forgiven me for taking her father’s life.  Yes, I have.  It took a while, but my sister was able to find the daughter’s address.  I let her know that her finding peace had been in my prayers for years.  I thanked her for her forgiveness, which I had truly never expected nor felt I deserved.  I also congratulated her on her making a family of her own and wished her the best that she truly does deserve.  There has been no further correspondence between us, which is understandable, but I feel that she and I have made peace with each other because the Lord saw fit that we should.  I truly appreciate your concern, comments, and questions.

God bless and keep you and your ministry safe and well.  Thank you for allowing me to participate in it.

In Christian Faith,

H.L.K.