You made all the delicate, inner parts of my body and knit me together in my mother’s womb. Thank you for making me so wonderfully complex! Your workmanship is marvelous-how well I know it.– Psalm 139:13-14 (NLT)
Dearest Abba, Father, thank You for Your faithfulness in my life. Today, I choose to trust You with my past, present and future. Give me wisdom to discern the seasons of my life and teach me to embrace the new things You have in store for me. Today let me turn my thoughts around and focus on what You have placed in my hands. I will be faithful knowing that You are faithful, and that You have a good plan for my future.
My mind runs wild with worries and fears, Lord. I have done wrong, and I need Your forgiveness. Accept my apologies, God, and create in me a new heart. Lord, give me the strength today to make commitments that honor You. May I bring each commitment to You in prayer and then give me the discipline to fulfill these commitments and to live by and honor each one. Help me to be an example to my family that they will see that the commitments I make are made with sincerity and with certainty. Gracious Father, help me to respond cheerfully when called upon to give. May I never repent of tenderness which others fail to appreciate, but may I be glad of all that I give and for all I receive.
Abba Father, I thank You for Your gracious hand upon my life. Thank You for loving me. Thank You for the talent, material blessings and time that You have entrusted to me. Give me a new direction in order for me to be the steward You want me to be each and every day. Help me to invest my time and my talent wisely to benefit my God, my family and others. Help me to use what I have to bring honor and glory to Your name. You for setting me free. Thank You for giving me the advantage for success. Today I choose You, I choose Your ways, and I choose Your favor. I pray this in Jesus’ name. Amen
God’s promises to provide safety.
The name of the Lord is a strong tower; the righteous run to it and are safe. Proverbs 18:10
If there are two persons praying, there are three. If three meet to pray, there are four praying. There is always one more than you can see.
Author: S.D. Gordon
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