Daily Prayer from Matthew 7:26-27

Please help __ avoid being like a stupid carpenter who builds his house on a sandy beach. When she (he) hears your teaching, Lord, help her (him) to work it into her (his) life so that when the storms roll in and the waves come up, she (he) will not collapse like a house of cards. Matthew 7:26-27

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Daily Prayer from Galatians 4:6-7

Father God, help ________ to know for sure that she (he) is fully adopted as your own child. Let the Spirit of your Son within her (him) cry out to You, “Papa! Father!” Let that privilege of intimate conversation with you, God, make it plain to ________ that she (he) is not a slave, but a child. And if she (he) is a child of yours, then also an heir, with complete access to an inheritance. She (He) is a child of the King! Galatians 4:6-7
Father God, help ________ to know for sure that she (he) is fully adopted as your own child. Let the Spirit of your Son within her (him) cry out to You, “Papa! Father!” Let that privilege of intimate conversation with you, God, make it plain to ________ that she (he) is not a slave, but a child. And if she (he) is a child of yours, then also an heir, with complete access to an inheritance. She (He) is a child of the King! Galatians 4:6-7

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Daily Prayer from Isaiah 62:1-4

Lord, I claim your words for my child: For ________'s sake I will not keep silent. For ________'s sake I will not remain quiet till her (his) righteousness shines out like the dawn. ________ will be called by a new name that the mouth of the Lord will bestow. ________ will be a crown of splendor in the Lord's hands, a royal diadem in the hand of our God. No longer will ________ be called "deserted" or call her (his) land "desolate." But, she (he) will be called "my delight is in her (him)" for the Lord will take delight in her (him). Isaiah 62:1-4
Lord, I claim your words for my child: For ________’s sake I will not keep silent. For ________’s sake I will not remain quiet till her (his) righteousness shines out like the dawn. ________ will be called by a new name that the mouth of the Lord will bestow. ________ will be a crown of splendor in the Lord’s hands, a royal diadem in the hand of our God. No longer will ________ be called “deserted” or call her (his) land “desolate.” But, she (he) will be called “my delight is in her (him)” for the Lord will take delight in her (him). Isaiah 62:1-4

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