“A Prayer Of Assurance In God’s Provision”

January 22, 2021

Father, we’re reminded of Your absolute faithfulness as we reflect upon the Israelites’ journeying in the wilderness. Even when they were unfaithful and rebellious, in Your compassionate faithfulness, You provided for their daily needs. Your steadfast love never ceased and Your mercies never came to an end, for they were renewed everyday and are this day as well. All we have need of Your hand provides. We want to do our part in receiving it with thanksgiving and being careful not to waste, but to share with those in genuine need. In the name of Jesus we pray. Amen.


“A Prayer Of Thanks For God’s Patience”

January 21, 2021

Father, Your patience and longsuffering toward a rebellious, hardhearted people is only possible because of Your loving compassion and tender mercies. You are slow to anger and abounding in love, full of forgiveness and healing. We are the undeserving recipients of Your remarkable redemption made available to all who call upon Your name. Thank You for bearing with us and loving us long before we respond to Your love. Help us to look intently into Your Holy Word and apply its teaching so that we enjoy freedom from sin, unceasing joy, and the promise of eternity spent with You. With sincerity of heart we praise You and thank You for Jesus in whose name we pray. Amen.


“A Prayer For Redemptive Transformation”

January 20, 2021

Father, as we walk in step with Your commands our presence makes a positive difference in the classroom, the workplace, the neighborhood, the community and nation, our churches and most especially in our families. With Your sanctifying seal upon our lives we no longer live according to the lust of the flesh, but the life of the Son who resides in us. May we see our world turned right-side up as people walk away from evil while being transformed by Christ’s redemptive power in the name of Jesus we pray, Amen.


“A Prayer Of Thanks For The Sufficiency Of Calvary”

January 19, 2021

Father, thank You for sending Jesus, Your only beloved Son, to die for my sins once for all, His righteousness for my unrighteousness, that I might present a fully forgiven and unblemished heart to You. I have complete standing before You right now because of the completed and perfect sacrifice of Jesus at Calvary. Jesus’ blood and righteousness and it is on the solid rock of Christ that I stand, though the fierce winds and tumultuous storms assail me I can be victorious because the Christ of Calvary is my hope, my strength, and my stay. Amen.


“A Prayer Recognizing The Sanctity Of Life”

January 18, 2021

Father, You welcome all to be a part of Your kingdom: the young and the old, the weak and the strong, those born in ideal circumstances and those conceived in the worst imaginable setting. All the days ordained for our lives were written in Your book before one of them came to be. Because You take broken vessels and piece them back together with Your miraculous healing touch no soul is without hope. For those dedicated to spreading this message of life and hope to mothers and fathers of the unborn we pray that they will be spurred on by the power of Your Holy Spirit. May their voices make a welcoming difference to innocent lives in our hostile world, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. Amen.


“A Prayer For Faith”

January 15, 2021

Father, help us to have the kind of faith prescribed in Hebrews 11:1 where “Faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see”. It is the kind of prevailing faith that is triumphant even in the worst of circumstances because it is not determined by what we see, but rather in Whom we believe. We will not be overcome by life’s dark circumstances but we will overcome the darkness by standing on the unflickering hope of Scripture that reassures us, “God keeps every promise He makes, He is like a shield to all who seek His protection”. Praise God! Amen.


“A Prayer For The Church Triumphant”

January 14, 2021

Father, today we pray for Your people all over the world; some who are enduring great persecution for the cause of Christ. Grant to them a mighty infusion of strength and assurance. Remind them of the prayers being offered on their behalf from Your people and from the One who is ever interceding. We pray Your blessings on those who serve in hard places and who may be discouraged as well as those going through tough times in their own personal life. Remind us all of Your promise that “the gates of hell shall not prevail”. In Jesus’ name we pray, Amen.


“A Prayer For Mind Renewal”

January 13, 2021

Father, You have shown us through the example of Your Son, Jesus, that we must set aside a regular time and quiet place to meet with You, to hear Your voice, to recognize Your presence and to invite Your transforming power to renew our hearts and minds every day. We want Your kingdom of light to guide us through this world of darkness as You stamp Your own image deep in our hearts. Amen.


“A Prayer For Setting Our Hope On Grace”

January 12, 2021

Father, as we sojourn here below we set our hope fully on Your grace through Christ Jesus our Lord, for it is of His fullness that we have received grace upon grace; a grace that is so great a gift, so rich, so invaluable that it is abundant and overflowing grace on top of grace. Though we are undeserving You lavish Your grace upon us, for which we are eternally grateful. Amen.


“A Prayer For Eternal Perspective”

January 11, 2021

Merciful Father, life’s journey is filled with obstacles that tend to disrupt and potentially block the light You provide to those who of us who reside in a darkened, sin-filled world. We prefer peace, joy, and love to accompany our every move and yet we have to shuffle through the litter of sin and decay daily because we’re not home yet. Remind us that though we presently reside in our fallen earthly kingdom, our permanent citizenship is secured in Your heavenly kingdom where there will be no end, where You will rule with justice and righteousness forevermore. Keep us steady until that event occurs. In the name of Jesus, Amen.