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from 40 Weeks of Prayer for America's Orphans

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Thank you for joining us on the journey of 40 Weeks of Prayer for America’s Orphans. Undoubtedly, the fruit from these 40 weeks will be unfolding for years to come. Many of you already have testimonies of how the Lord has moved in your own heart, your family, your church, and in the lives of children you know. We want to hear them! If you have a testimony to share of how God has moved in your life in these 40 weeks, we’d love for you to send us a quick note and tell us what He has done in your heart and in the lives of others around you.

It has been an honor to pray alongside of you these 40 weeks.

Kinsey Thurlow

My conversation with God is my lifeline on the journey. As the psalmist wrote all those years ago, Because He has inclined His ear to me, I will call upon Him as long as I live (Psalm 116). Our hope, our joy, our glory is lifting our voices to the One on Heaven’s throne. The One who hears, who responds, and whose heart is moved at the sound of our voices.

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