“Give us, your servants, great boldness in preaching your word. Stretch out your hand with healing power; may miraculous signs and wonders be done through the name of your holy servant Jesus.” Acts 4:29-30 (NIV)
Dearest Abba Father, , thank You for being my ever-present help. I trust today that You are with me, that You are comforting me and restoring my soul. I lift my eyes to You this day. Help me to follow Your commands and honor You as You direct my steps .Lord, today I commit to honor You with my body. Thank You for the gift of life. Thank You for empowering me against temptation. Show me the plan You have for me today so that I can honor You in everything I do . I thank you that you are with me. Help me today to be keenly aware of your presence. Guide me, direct me and make me conscious that you are always at my side. Father, show me my Spiritual Gift and help me use it for Your glory.
Jesus, we thank You for Your death, resurrection and ascension back to Your home in Heaven. Thank You for being my mediator between God and me. I thank You that because of Your death, resurrection, and ascension back to heaven, I will be spending eternity with You. I need to know that You are on my side and that You will not leave me to fight on my own. I am constantly made aware of how hard it is to do good things. Fill me with perseverance, Lord.
Lord, if we are experiencing estrangement in our relationships, we ask for the gift of reconciliation. Help us to know what our role in this should be. Help us to forgive where forgiveness is needed. Help us to admit our mistakes if that is needed. Open our hearts to the healing that comes from your Spirit. Thank you, above all, for reconciling us to yourself through Christ. How grateful we are to “see your face” in the face of Jesus and to know that you welcome us home. Through the grace of Jesus Christ, the High Priest, who is interceding for me before you, I pray. Amen
My goodness will lead you to a change of heart. God Promises He Will Be Patient and Longsuffering Toward Us
Do you despise the riches of His goodness, forbearance, and longsuffering, not knowing that the goodness of God leads you to repentance? – (Romans 2:4)
God has special confidences for each soul. Indeed, it would seem as though the deepest truths came only in moments of profound devotional silence and contemplation.
Author: Charles H. Brent
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