Posted March 10, 2014 under Maximizing Monday, Videos

A Prayer for All Seasons

A Prayer for All Seasons from Joey Bonifacio on Vimeo.


3 thoughts on “A Prayer for All Seasons”

  1. Daryl Grace Castro says:

    Thank you, Pastor, for such enlightening message & encouraging prayer. Our family is going through financial challenges & just this morning we received very sad news that my mom in law who has stage 4 cancer is brought to hospital. She lives in Koronadal, South Cotabato with my dad in law & sis in law. I felt so helpless for we are so faraway & can't help financially. God is so good for His comfort came through His Word in my morning devotion & prayers of our spiritual family. Indeed in this world there are different seasons but when we are anchored in His Word regardless of season we remain standing & bearing fruit. My children who are 8 & 10 prayed with me and confidently hugged me saying God will take care of their Lola. I quit high paying job 2 years ago after being saved to honor what God has been calling me to do - minister to hearts of our sons. Today, I have seen His seed bearing fruit in my sons' prayers & steadfast faith that God is totally in control. Thank you, Lord!

    1. thank you for your comment. I am sorry to hear about your mother in law. I pray that the Lord will uphold her by His mighty right hand.

  2. catiechan says:

    Thank you for this short message Pastor Joey! May the Good Lord bless you and everything you touch.

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