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Blessing: May You be Satisfied, Praise God and Never be Ashamed

I pray this blessing over you, Lindsey. May you be satisfied. May you praise the Lord and never be ashamed.

Good Morning Heavenly Father. As I walked to the bus stop this morning the wind was bitingly cold on my eyes, reminding me to take good care of this body that you gave me. Thank you for healing my knees so I can walk so well again. Thank you for restoring my feet. Thank you for refreshing my hips. Thank you for allowing me to walk around in the midst of the world you created. And thank you for the blessing for Lindsey direct from your scriptures:

And ye shall eat in plenty, and be satisfied, and praise the name of the Lord your God, that hath dealt wondrously with you: and my people shall never be ashamed. (Joel 2:26)

Lord, I am here this day to bless your daughter you love. I am here to bless the daughter who loves you above all. And so I say, Lindsey, I pray that you may be satisfied and that you would have all you need to eat where ever you may be. And I especially pray that you may praise the Lord and never ever be ashamed for that. I pray this blessing over you in the name and authority of Christ Jesus, King of kings, to whom we give all the glory. Amen

NASB:
You will have plenty to eat and be satisfied
And praise the name of the Lord your God,
Who has dealt wondrously with you;
Then My people will never be put to shame.

GNT:
Now you will have plenty to eat, and be satisfied.
    You will praise the Lord your God,
    who has done wonderful things for you.
    My people will never be despised again.

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