Prayer Request - Desperate for Help
"If you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on!" I'm at the end of my rope. I have done all I absolutely can do to the point of being annoying - but that's what it took for me to realize I can't do anything else. **** So, to God I pray: Dear God, I can do nothing more. I have lost the only person I have ever truly loved and I can do nothing to change his frame of mind. You know the details. I pray for him and ask that you work a miracle and lead him back to me. He has created pressure and feelings and does not want a relationship and will not communicate with me, but I pray that you will change these circumstances and thoughts that have caused this. I pray that through my silence towards him now and me "being still" you will fully step in, take over,change this situation. Please let him know he made a mistake and know we are lucky that you led us together in the way you didI am not worth losing and let him begin calling me. Don't allow him to just throw us away. Nothing happened badly between us - he was influenced badly and became scared, but I told you, God, he was worth every bit of it and waiting to be married as long as I had him with me. I pray, with you knowing I am desperate and can do not more, that you will bring him back in the time I have asked you to answer. Help me to be still and let me prove that I will not take this into my own hands and call again. Please work this miracle now and help me to be still and quiet. Please lead him back to me.
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