2020-06-29 - The Words We Choose
Sometimes we don’t know how to pray. The right words don’t come easily, or if they do, they don’t seem eloquent enough. We never have to worry about our prayers. The Bible gives us plenty of examples on how to pray when we’re faced in difficult situations.
In need of wisdom:Father, I pray you multiply my faith. (Romans 12:3)
God, May you give me understanding in all things. (2 Timothy 2:7, NKJV)
Lord, May we never be a fool and turn away from learning. (Proverbs 1:7)
May we not lean on our own understanding but acknowledge You, Lord in all our ways so You will direct our path. (Proverbs 3:5-6, NKJV)
God, Let us choose wise friends. (Proverbs 13:30)
Want to praise the Lord?
God, You strengthen, help, and uphold us. (Isaiah 41:10, NIV)
When I seek You, Lord You hear me and deliver me from all my fears. (Psalm 34:4, ESV)
Lord, You are able to give us comfort and joy instead of sorrow! (Jeremiah 31:13, NIV)
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