‘O God, Our Help in Ages Past’

I’m posting this hymn because, when I went outside today, they played it on the bells of St. Francis, across the street. I took it as a sign–O God, Our Help in Ages Past, by Isaac Watts (1719), sung by the Sharon Mennonite Bible Institute Singers.

We greatly appreciate your prayers for us, everybody; please keep them coming.

O Lord, we need some of that help; we are in very sore need of it. Please, Lord Jesus, heal us: and deliver our Robbie out of danger. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

6 comments on “‘O God, Our Help in Ages Past’

  1. Amen to your prayer, and may the God of mercy wrap each of you in His soft, warm blanket of peace and bring you up and out of this affliction.

  2. Our pets give us unconditional love. They care not how many other cats or dogs you may have hugged or petted before they jump into your arms. I still miss Leo, my beloved dog, even though he’s been gone 37 years. Thank God for the time your beloved pets have spent with you, and the love and joy you have shared with them. And yes, I pray for healing for you, Patty and Robbie. May the Lord grant our prayer requests.

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