Have confidence as you approach God’s throne in prayer. Begin your prayer time with a Scripture:
Lord God, Help _____ not be selfish or live to make a good impression on others. Instead let _____ be humble, thinking of others as better than himself(herself). May _____ not think only about his(her) own affairs, but be interested in others too, and what they are doing. ~Amen (Philippians 2:3-4 NLT)
Prayer is powerful, begin your prayer time with a Scripture:
May _____ love You Lord God, with all of his(her) heart, all of his(her) soul, all of his(her) mind, and all of his(her) strength. And let _____ love his(her) neighbor as himself(herself), because there is no commandment greater than these. ~Amen (Mark 12:30-31 NLT)
Engage in purpose driven prayer using Scripture:
Gracious God, I pray that You would show _____ the path where he(she) should walk, O Lord, point out the right road for him(her) to follow. Lead _____ by Your truth and teach him(her), for You are the God who saves _____. All day long, may he(she) put his(her) hope in You. ~Amen (Psalm 25:4-5 NLT)
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Never cease praying, for the LORD is powerful! (Hebrews 4:12)
Blessings, Lil Red Hen (aka Judy)
Begin your prayer time with God’s word.
Dear Lord, just as You are righteous, I pray that ____ would long to be righteous. Just as You love justice,
I pray that ____ would love justice and fight for it. ~Amen (Psalm 11:7 NIV)
God calls us to be persistent in prayer, take a moment to pray right now.
Holy Father, I pray that _____ would understand it is impossible to please You apart from faith. May he(she) come to You and believe that You exist and know that You reward those who sincerely seek You. ~Amen (Hebrews 11:6 NLT)
God’s Word is transforming, begin your prayer time with this Scripture:
Lord, if You kept a record of our sins, who, O Lord, could ever survive? Remind _____ that You offer forgiveness, help him(her) learn to fear You and learn to count on You, Lord. May _____ put his(her) hope in Your word. ~Amen (Psalm (130:3-5 NLT)