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When your strength is almost gone, let God take over.  Why you may ask?  His strength, is made perfect in weakness, not ours.  He is the one who said, "Let the weak say I'm strong."  If we do this, he will take over like a tag team partner and kick our opponent's butt. 

Father Don’t Let Me Crumble
Father, I stand in the middle of the floor with my hands clutching my bosom.  I cover my mouth in an attempt to suppress this guttural scream that is trying to get out.  The pain in my heart is more than I can bear on my own and my very soul lay bare.  I am challenged from all sides and fear that my human shell will crumble. Please dear God, don’t let me crumble.  I humbly ask that you hold these shattered pieces together with the glue of ages named Jesus.   Wrap your arms around me Father, because I need you more than I ever have.  Please Father, don’t let me crumble.  In this great hour of need, I need you to be my strength!  God of my mother and father, my God, “Don’t Let Me Crumble! As I stretch my hands to you, please reach down and hold me that I not crumble.  My insides are fragile and I cannot do this on my own.  You promised that if I called you, you would answer me and you said, that if I cry you will say “here I am.”  It’s me Lord, calling on you, reaching out to you and with tears streaming down my face.  I give you my burdens.  On my own I cannot do this, but with you within me I can stand.   Look around you child, can’t you see that I am with you and that I will never leave you alone?  I am in your tears, your fears and rapid heart beat.  Look around you and see that you are not alone.  I placed people in the gap for you, that they be my hands and arms to hold you when you cry.  I knew you before you were in your mother’s womb and I knew that this day would come.  Without your knowing, I prepared this place for you.  I positioned you and prepared the hearts of those around you that you have a soft place to lay.  I am with and within you always child.  You are never alone.  I’m not just in the wind, waves and walls of a church, but I dwell in the hearts of mankind.  Yes you will stumble, but I promise you that you will not crumble.  Just stay with me.  Stay with me.  Cr. Ms. Alice B. Nixon-Barr, June 7, *2010. This work is not to be duplicated in any form, placed in a retrieval system or used in any medium, without the written permission of the above named author. Cr. 

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