Prayer for July 31st
Hello, Everyone! Here is the daily prayer…
We know that grief can numb us…it can be hard to feel anything including your presence, but that doesn’t mean that you aren’t there. Help us to know in times of grief, pain and heartache, that faith is more than a feeling…feelings come and go, but you don’t. Your presence…your Holy Spirit, is with us whether we can feel it or not. You promise to never leave our side and you are working for our good, in the depths of sorrow and the deepest valleys of adversity. There is nowhere we can go, where you are not. You hear our silent cries and see each tear that is shed. You know our heart’s desires, our every anxious and fearful thought. Lord, I pray that we will all sense and feel your nearness today. We pray that you will shed your light on any confused thoughts and bring a sense of calm to control the roller coaster of emotions that people find themselves dealing with.
Lord, so often you receive the blame for things that happen in our lives. We know there are many that are angry with you because of lost loved ones. There are those who are mad because you didn’t stop bad things from happening. We pray in time, that those who are angry and full of “why” questions and “where were you questions”, that they will see that what the enemy of our souls meant for harm, you will use for good. We pray you will bring someone… or some word of encouragement… into the lives of each person who needs to hear that truth… renew their faith and help their anger to fade into peace.
We pray for each person in need, that is praying with us as well. Lord, all around this world there are people hurting and crying out with pain too intense for words…we pray for comfort for each one. We call on your name and claim your promises as we turn to you, our Jehovah Jireh… our God who provides. We call on you, our Jehovah Rapha… our God who heals. We call on you, our Jehovah Shalom… our Perfect Peace. We ask these things in Jesus’ name, Amen.
Blessings be upon you!
Much love in Him,
©Debbie Kay, Hope For The Broken Hearted