Praise Report

Hosted by Candi Hummer
Group active since Thu, Jan 26, 2012

We all have prayer requests, we all do a fantastic job praying for and with one another.
Here is a place to post your praise reports, answered prayers, miracles on earth!
This group is simply a place for us to praise Him for everything he's done for us!
Praise and Rejoice here!!

Darlene Johnson
May 13, 2014

Praise for Healing

Just wanted to praise God for healing my daughter of a TMJ problem going on for some time. She just believed after prayer and now no more TMJ problems ever since. Thank you Jesus for what you did for us on the cross, so that we can be healed.

Ruth Newcomer
Apr 2, 2014

This group

Praising the Lord for this group! It good to come here and be encouraged by the works He is doing in your lives and to remind myself that everyday I can find reasons to praise Him.

Teresa Bowman
Mar 20, 2014

Praising The Lord for healing

I want to praise our mighty Lord for the healing of our granddaughter. Thank you, Jesus!

Karin Thomsen
Mar 20, 2014

Beth Moore "James" study...

Anyone doing or have done beth Moores study on the book of James??? I'm doing it now and am thoroughly enjoying it...God is good!!!

Ruth Newcomer
Mar 20, 2014

Something to praise

Praise the LORD for Spring!!! and the other seasons are not to shabby either ;)

Bonnie Beck
Feb 24, 2014

Voices raised in Joyous Praise to God

Wouldn't it be wonderful if every Christian and church in every state and city did this?

Kimi Gaines
Oct 26, 2013

Prayer of Praise

Great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised; And His greatness is unsearchable. One generation shall praise Your works to another, And shall declare Your mighty acts. Psalm 145:3-4 NKJV

Lord, I praise You! You are marvelous. Wondrous. Glorious. I praise You for the glory of Your grace, the riches of Your mercy, the abundance of Your blessings, the depths of Your kindness, the greatness of Your power, the splendor of Your majesty, and the overwhelming generosity of Your love. I see Your goodness in every direction I turn.

I praise You for the miracles You work, for the mystery of Your ways, for all the things about You that are past finding out—You are above and beyond anything I could know, think, or ever imagine about You.

I praise You for working in my heart, for being in my day, for sustaining me each moment. I praise You for each time you made a way for me when there seemed to be none; for each time You came to me with an answer when I didn’t know what to do; for each time You revealed something new about the wisdom of Your will and the goodness of Your ways.

I praise You for the unique way You made me and for the unexpected ways You use me. I praise You with a happy heart, with uplifted hands, with a voice of singing, and with a shout of joy—for You alone are the God of all my joys!

Scriptures: Psalm 28:7, Psalm 30:12, Psalm 33:1, Psalm 35:28, Psalm 40:3, Psalm 48:10, Psalm 50:23, Psalm 54:6, Psalm 63:3, Psalm 69:30, Psalm 71:8, Isaiah 25:1

Devotion by Roy Lessin

Kimi Gaines
Oct 19, 2013


Joni and Friends Daily Devotional October 19, 2013
Dear Kimi,
God's Narrow and Wide-Angle Lenses
"Though he brings grief, he will show compassion, so great is his unfailing love. For he does not willingly bring affliction or grief to the children of men."
Lamentations 3:32-33

When my paralyzing accident happened, I know the Lord took no pleasure in it. I believe it pained His heart to see me hurt, just as any father has compassion on his children. Yet I also know it pleased the Lord to permit my accident. He was as delighted then as He is now to work it all out for my good and His glory. Sound confusing? I can understand why: In some scriptures, God is described as grieving over affliction; in others, it doesn't seem to bother Him.

Dr. John Piper explains it this way. God has the capacity to look at the world through two lenses, a narrow lens and a wide-angle lens. When the Lord looks at a painful event through the narrow lens, He sees the tragedy for what it is in itself, and He is deeply grieved, as Ezekiel 18:32 says, "For I take no pleasure in the death of anyone, declares the Sovereign Lord..." He hates the isolated incident of disease, crime, or violence.

But when God looks at a painful event through His wide-angle lens, He sees the tragedy in relation to everything leading up to it, as well as everything that flows from it. He has in mind Romans 8:28, " all things God works for the good" and Ephesians 1:11, "...according to the plan of him who works out everything in conformity with the purpose of his will." The connections form a mosaic stretching into eternity. This mosaic, in all its parts of good and evil, dark and light, brings Him delight.

God often wills what He despises because He has two lenses. You can trust Him today that your painful trial is part of a pattern. One day you, too, will put on that wide-angle lens. When you do, what a beautiful mosaic you will see.

My shortsightedness, Lord, keeps me from seeing how pain can result in good. Help me to look through the lens of faith.


Joni and Friends