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Thursday, December 01, 2005 

To the Promise Keeper

Gracious God, You are a covenant – keeping God, You are our King and our Ruler. And we do praise You that You have condescended to meet our need in Christ. We do pray that You would be with us in this time, that You would cause Your Word to be magnified, that Christ would be magnified in our midst; that we – in a spirit of humility – might behold Christ in His Word, to beautify His glorious Gospel. Though having no merit of our own, would you kindly work mightily in this time, for your everlasting glory.
In the Name of the Lamb, who was, and is, and is to come.

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