Dear God,

I try to treat my significant other—my husband—well.  When I get impatient with him, I do become quite regretful afterwards.  This morning, he went above and beyond duty to please me.  He got things done for me that I could never have succeeded in doing if I had been alone.

I appreciate as well as love him.  And I especially appreciate him when his good deeds follow my impatience.  He doesn’t hold my less-than-wonderful behavior against me.  He forgives, just as You teach me to do.

Thank You for opening that door—to my husband—after I had found windows down the hallway closed.



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Celia Hales

I write prayers, mostly first thing in the morning, to get the day started out right. I intend this blog to encourage others to respond with their own.

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