The Parable of Lost Words


We’ve been lost and found againLost at love, even lost some friendsBut there is room to live againthe parable of lost wordsThis is the parable of lost wordsChorus:Lost coins, Lost sheepLost hope, lost sleepLost sons and daughters come home againLost lives, lost healthLost jobs, lost wealthyou can go home againLost children -home again. Written down, lost in spacelost our bearings, lost the raceBut in our hearts there’s a placethat we will see you once againThis is the parableThis is a parableof lost words.Chorus:Lost coins, Lost sheepLost hope, lost sleepLost sons and daughters come home againLost lives, lost healthLost jobs, lost wealthyou can go home againLost children -home again. Bridge:I am bound to followbut I will seek the truthI’ve been stranded on islandswith all that I’ve been throughand all that I put you throughBut there is freedom when I go with you We’ve been there and back againLosing streaks that never endBut there’s a day -you’re coming back againthe parable of lost wordsthis is the parablethis is the parableI gave it up and the words erasedbut in truth-I just lost my placeThis is the parable of lost words.Found again.These lost children find there placecome home again. BT Springs- April 2013

via The Parable of Lost Words.

Prayer and decision making


Bring people into the prayer process who will be honest and who care about you and the decision that needs to be made?

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Prayer-Points in the making

 

Many people are familiar with diagramming a decision they need to make. Through experience and planning exercises, (although decisions may be hard to diagram), it is often easier diagramming the process to pray about the decision while drawing out the road map.

Start here: Ask God about the questions you have and present the question in a way that lays it out on the table. Is the decision work, home, marriage or family related? What are the good; bad, attractive and ugly outcomes or results of the decision? How will the decision affect others in your family; the work you do, your career or future?   How will this change your roles at home; at work; and any of your other relationships.

Flow chart: Take the answers to the starting point questions and write down the names of people in your family; at work…

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