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The Upper Room 28 February 2024 Devotional: God Hears Our Cries

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The Upper Room 28 February 2024 Devotional: God Hears Our Cries

Read and Study Today’s The Upper Room Daily Devotional for February 28th, 2024 Message written by Mary Foulger (Ontario, Canada). God bless you as you study today! Please share with your friends and loved ones.


TODAY’S READING
Romans 8:22-30

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
I take comfort knowing that God always listens to me.

The Spirit helps us in our weakness. We do not know what we ought to pray for, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us through wordless groans. – Romans 8:26 (NIV)

My heart hammered in my chest and turmoil swirled inside me because my father was in the hospital. However, attending a prayer gathering at my church with Christians from a variety of denominations and being surrounded by believers and God’s loving presence was comforting. All of us were at different stages in our personal journeys with Jesus, but we all had hope and faith. I found the readings, thoughts, and messages inspiring, even though there was a knot of worry inside me. When it was time to offer prayer requests, I desperately wanted to ask for a blessing for my dad; but if I were to speak, I knew my sadness would overcome me. I felt powerless and voiceless.

One of the parishioners who knew of my situation smiled at me, then stood up and prayed, “We ask God to protect the sick and hospitalized who are suffering and need healing — and we ask God to help those who are caring for them.” Tears filled my eyes. Overcome with gratitude, I felt peace filling my soul. My loving heavenly Father had heard my cry and allowed someone else to give voice to my need.

TODAY’S PRAYER
Loving Father, thank you for listening to us and surrounding us with your love. Amen.

PRAYER FOCUS
Caregivers

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