Well, all: I actually made it to day 100! Praise God! There is much to say about the journey. I am grateful to God for giving me the desire to execute the challenge to myself. I am glad that I could face myself with the weakness of not stopping to … Continue Reading 100 Days of Prayer Challenge — Day 100
Oh Father, help me be forthright with You. Let me not play the mental game within myself that You do not know where I am, who I am, and what I think. No night is too dark, no cavern so deep, nor no mountain so high that You can not reach me. … Continue Reading 100 Days of Prayer — Day 99
Father, help me make the best use of my time. As I muse about life, I ask, what’s the one thing we all want more of in the end? The answer become time. No matter one’s station in life: from super-rich down to the extremely poor, life’s closing days brings us to … Continue Reading 100 Days of Prayer Challenge — Day 95
Everybody needs a rock! Jesus was referenced to be the rock in the weary land in Isaiah 32:2. We all need a place of stability and shelter. Thank you God that you have provided Jesus to such a One for us.
I was so excited about Friday’s indication of blessing that I started looking for the scripture that went with the thought “the abundance of rain.” I couldn’t find it! U-G-G-G-H! 😦 God kept bringing the concept to me. 1. Later that Friday evening the devotional leader sang :Let It Rain … Continue Reading 100 Days of Prayer Challenge — Day 79
Oh, what a Friday! In prayer today, the Lord brought back to my mind the scriptural phrase, ” I hear the sound of the abundance of rain. ” I look forward to the abundance! 🙂
Today: God gave me a quick answer to yesterday’s sin. You know that I told you that I got angry at a family member. I got angry because of an insulting comment unto me. I retaliated. I wanted to do SOMETHING so that the person would stop emotionally hurting me. … Continue Reading 100 Days of Prayer Challenge — 70
Thursdays have found me in much need of prayer. At the moment I think I am suffering from the pride of life. I was going to blame the teacher and the family member. Then I started to ask myself why was I feeling so hurt? Was I hurt because I … Continue Reading 100 Days of Prayer — Day 69
That I Might By: Debra J. Oh Father, that my mouth would know the words that would magnify You adequately, That my ears would be continually sensitive to hear the small still quietness of Your voice. That I might see Your lovingkindness in the average moments of my day. That … Continue Reading 100 Days of Prayer Challenge — Day 68
Father: Preserve my life in thy righteousness (Psalm 119:40). Your righteousness is the best place for me.
Hello all: Yesterday, I opened the blog by talking about the prayer journeys highs and lows. In this entry I showcase a “high” although I didn’t feel that way when the concept originally needled its way within my brain. I began asking myself, “How much do you trust God? As … Continue Reading 100 Days of Prayer Challenge — Day 50
Here I am just a day away from the half-way mark of getting through this challenge. The journey has had its lows and highs. Low: I have actually had to THINK/DISCIPLINE myself to follow-through on this challenge. I guess, somehow, I was hoping that if I verbally said I would … Continue Reading 100 Days of Prayer Challenge — Day 49
Hello all: One of the ministers preached at church yesterday about “picking up the mantle”. He was directing his message to the youth. He was passionately encouraging the youth to do the aspects of ministry and church service as they have observed their leaders do. I direct this thought of … Continue Reading 100 Days of Prayer Challenge — Day 48
Dear God: Help me to do behaviors that show that I believe You will do as I have prayed for You to do. Help me Father, in the everyday, to demonstrate behaviors that show that I know I am nothing without You. I must fully depend on Your strength, Your … Continue Reading 100 Days of Prayer Challenge — Day 41
Thank you God for transforming me into a woman of great faith in You. Thank you for teaching me to believe and apply the concept that as long as I am praying in Your Will, what would appear impossible to be accomplished is a done deal in You !
Want to cure your blahs when you feel blocked during a prayer session? Repeat hallelujah over and over:at least ten times. I am confident that you won’t be depressed or feel stuck in your prayer time. You’ll have plenty for which to thank God! Share your praise report here!