Verse of the Day
O Sovereign LORD! You made the heavens and earth by your strong hand and powerful arm. Nothing is too hard for you!– Jeremiah 32:17 (NLT)
Dearest Abba Father, thank You for the promise to live a full, satisfied life. I would begin in prayer today by thanking you for being our help. Today, I choose to press forward. I choose to shake off mediocrity and disappointments from the past so that I can take hold of every good thing You have in store for me. I choose to stay in the game and press forward to fulfill my destiny. I won’t shrink back, give up or lose heart, but I will stand strong in You O Lord.
You are indeed our help and our shield (Ps 33:18). When we wonder where our help comes from, we know that our help comes, not from the hills, but from you, the one who made heaven and earth (Ps 121:1-2). When you are our help, then we rejoice (Ps 146:5). So we praise you, O God, our help, our strong deliverer, our shield and protector. Abba father, thank You again for the promise of living a long, satisfied life.
Enter into my life, O Lord, and make it something beautiful and special. Whatever talents I have are Yours. Bless them, that they might produce much, Father. Help me to put into perspective my need for a personal revival to begin in my heart. Give me the leadership to help my family see their need for revival. It is my prayer that You will work Your miracles in my life so that Your name will be honored and glorified. Give us open hearts and responsive minds to you, because you are indeed our only Help. Through the grace of Jesus Christ, the High Priest, who is interceding for me before you, I pray. Amen
Bible Promise of the Day
I will anoint you with oil so your cup overflows. God promises that He will look after us through the trials.
You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies; You anoint my head with oil; My cup runs over. (Psalm 23:5)
Prayer Quote of the day
We seek a constitutional amendment to permit voluntary school prayer. God should never have been expelled from America’s classrooms in the first place.
Author: Ronald Reagan