Millicent Munyi

(12/7/1988 / Nyeri)

MY FUTURE HUSBAND


I know and believe that everything good comes from the lord, i believe in his plans, and the plans he has in my life.I ask you lord to take care of my future husband wherever he is, i pray and hope that he will be a God fearing man and a humble man, who is ready to accept me the way i am, and any challenges that i have gone through, and which we will go through.

I know that you have planned a bright future for him, i am and i will be patient until your will, will be done in my life thank you lord for your plans are above our understanding, lord i ask you to care for my future husband, take care of his parents and siblings that they may accept your will and plans, you have for him. And when the right time comes for us to meet each other we shall accept your will.

Submitted: Thursday, October 10, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 25, 2013

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