Jesus, how amazing you are. I give you glory this morning. In this cold Alaska day I feel the warmth of your presence. I can hear the beautiful sounds of the trumpets of your mercy.
How can such majestic God know me so well? How can such purity taken the time to saved my nasty soul? I am overwhelmed by your love Jesus. I am nothing without you!
Please be the ruler of my heart, take over my mind, and wash me with your blood for my sins are before you. You know me! You have witnessed the many times I lost the mark. I need you, establish the first commandment in my heart, may your Kingdom be manifested in my life.
Have your way today Jesus, let me be like you. Grow in me until there is nothing left of me. I love you and I am grateful.
Now would you hear me as I intercede for your church?
We are cold, filled with agendas of man, unloving and divided. We have closed our eyes to the desire of reconciliation. Our hearts are of stone. Oh God, we need to be revived! Awaken your church, set us on fire Lord, fill us with your Holy Spirit, and manifest yourself in us and through us today.
In Jesus name…Amen!

2 responses to “A Simple Sincere Prayer”

  1. Leesa Reed Avatar
    Leesa Reed

    Mr. Casiano, I met a Christian widower who is raising a daughter who participates in allstar cheerleading. We now argue about the activity because i see it as inappropriately sexual and he insists im being too hard on it. We finally reached the “she’s my daughter” point in the conversation and now im in the cold. My problem is how i can trust this man to be the leader of our household if he can’t enforce our beliefs on this seemingly simple topic of NO CHEERLEADING if we have children of our own? I read your archive about being the leader of a rebellious household and thought you might offer insight as the head of a Christian home. Thank you.



    1. angelcasiano Avatar

      Hey Leesa, thank you for taking the time to visit our blog. I assume that you guys are not marry yet. We, as a society have move so far away from holiness that we can’t see simple things. I have four daughters, from 12 to 18 and this is a hard struggle because they see their peers and the attention they get. They even see their teachers and female coaches dress in ways that are obviously unacceptable. We see the same thing in our churches. My daughters love to sings and dance and it is a struggle to make them understand this issue of holiness. But I don’t give up and I back it up with truth; I tried to do it with as much love as I can, but I don’t compromise. I tell them that when they are on there own if they want to rebel against my teachings they will have a chance. But I leave them no excuse; they know better. In your case, if you are not married to this man yet; you may want to pray, because this issue will get worst in marriage. Some times parents let their children do whatever they want because they like to see them happy; it is a demonic trap. The reality is that cheerleaders dance to some songs that are not Godly, their clothing is provocative and some of their moves are sexual. It is our struggle with the world and the things of this world.But as for me and my house… God bless you sister. My email address in


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