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By Charles Wagner, founder of Gramazin,
72Stories, Gramazin Prayers for the World


#678 - Someone Needs Accountability
Volume 2 - Prayers to Love Our Neighbor

Dear Father, someone I know needs accountability in their life. Their life is becoming a huge mess. It's a result of them doing whatever they want to do whenever and wherever they want to do it. Their carelessness creates dysfunction in their lives, hurts others, and may cause problems for the community. Much time, money, and tears are wasted because they are a loose cannon. - They need to be held accountable for their actions. They need someone who is going to talk tough love with them. They need someone who is going to wake them up to responsibility. - They need someone who is going to show them how their actions hurt others. They need someone who is going to teach them how to live like a responsible citizen. - They need someone who is going to bring grounding into their life. They need someone who will free them from the chaos and confusion. They need emotional and spiritual stability. - They need someone who will show them how they are rebelling from God and they need to repent. They need someone who will show them how to surrender to You. They need someone to mentor and guide them, not just for one hour, but for as long as it takes (two steps forward, one step backward) for the person to become responsible. Father, this person needs me. Send me into their life with this mission. Equip me. Empower me. Give me wisdom. Give me their respect (for their own good). Show me how to groom their heart and mind. Help me to set a good example for them to follow. Help me to surrender my life to You so that I can have the fruits of the Holy Spirit I will need as their guide. Father, change their life. Turn their story into a testimony of Your grace that inspires many. Amen.

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