A Song of Comfort

I was driving home today, when “Weep With Me” by Rend Collective came on. It goes,

“Weep with me
Lord will You weep with me?
I don’t need answers, all I need
Is to know that You care for me
Hear my plea
Are You even listening?
Lord I will wrestle with Your heart
But I won’t let You go

You know I believe
Help my unbelief

Yet I will praise You
Yet I will sing of Your name
Here in the shadows
Here I will offer my praise
What’s true in the light
Is still true in the dark
You’re good and You’re kind
And You care for this heart
Lord I believe
You weep with me.”

I thought it would be an important song to post, especially after speaking of the Christians in Cameroon and their lament.

Friends, wherever you’re at, know that Jesus is near… and that He weeps with you in all of your pain and suffering. Because He comforts us, we can comfort, pray for, and weep with our hurting brothers and sisters (2 Corinthians 1:4; Romans 12:15-18).

Today, as you pray, may you know that Jesus is not far from you and loves you very, very much—just like His Love for those in Cameroon. May that Love spur us on to pray for them.

In Christ,

Annalee


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“Making Them Glad”: Encouraging Others

On Wednesday, December 4th, a civil society organization commended the Nigerian army for “their level of professionalism.” In a world where people—especially those in the Northern half of Nigeria—are fighting the Nigerian military, these words of commendation can mean a lot to an army’s morale and show them that they are seen. Continue reading

Prayer for Alex Trebek

In case you haven’t heard, Alex Trebek, the 79-year-old host of “Jeopardy!” has pancreatic cancer—and is back in chemotherapy after many months of being in remission. When asked about his health, he says he is concerned for those who love him once he passes, but says, “I’ve had one hell of a life.”

Whether you’re aware of who he is or not, my heart goes out to this man. I pray that he would come to know Jesus if he has not, yet. Will you please pray with me for him?


Jesus deeply and passionately cares for every single person on this earth. Learn more about Jesus, and His great Love for you, here.

Prayer for those in Hurricane Dorian

Let’s continue to pray especially over the Bahamas, where the newest death toll is now at 43. Let’s pray that as much aid as possible would be sent there, and that the Christians in the Bahamas would reach out and support their community as much as they can!

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In this fallen world (made fallen by us), huge events, namely Hurrican Dorian, are going on.

Hurricane Dorian is getting closer to Florida. Please pray with me, that the people of Florida would be protected, and that it wouldn’t do too much damage!

Want to help? You can donate to Gleaning for the World, a charity that Charity Navigator claims is very reputable. Donate to them here.


Jesus is in control– and though the world is fallen and broken, He is the answer to all the chaos. Learn more about Jesus, and all He’s done, here.

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#PrayersForTexas Shooting

UPDATE: The shooter was shot by police after having shot so many people.

In better news, In the midst of these chaotic, tragic shootings, two rival high schools have joined together in solidarity to be #OdessaStrong, wearing yellow to show their support. Praise Jesus for such a beautiful thing to come out of this time of sorrow.

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As many of you know, this past Saturday (August 31st, 2019), an armed gunman shot seemingly randomly at passersby between the towns of Midland and Odessa. At least 7 people were killed, and 21 others were injured. As news continues to flood in, I will try my hardest to keep this post updated.


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It’s the truth: the end is near. Do you know where you’ll be after this life ends? Learn more about Jesus, who is the only way to heaven, here.


Please pray with me over those affected by this cowardly, horrific tragedy:

  • For the families of those hurt and killed in this tragedy to find comfort.
  • That the local churches in this area would open their doors to serve, support, and love those who have gone through this hell.
  • That people would be protected by Christ in such a dangerous…

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