Dear Father, today we set our hearts and minds on you knowing that you are good and faithful. We trust that as we seek you and put you first, you will direct our steps. We choose to remain in you and follow your leading in everything we do.
In Jesus’ Name
If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be done for you.
God doesn’t want us to be living life like a roller coaster. He wants to bring us to a place of stability where we remain strong in him. Jesus said, “I am the vine. You are the branches. If you abide in me, you will bear much fruit and your fruit will remain.” The word “remain” means “to be fixed, immovable, not affected by circumstances.” If you will just keep abiding in him, just keep meditating on his word, he’ll bring you through. He’ll make you strong, he’ll keep you stable, and you’ll keep moving forward into the life of blessing he has prepared for you!
Sometimes people aren’t who they seem to be, and sometimes people are so much more than you originally thought.
You know you are in love when your eyes fill with tears simply because you thought about losing him/her.
The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.
Dear Father, thank you that we can trust you for our future and the future of our friends and family. We know that you are eternal. We have faith in you!
In Jesus’ Name
By faith Isaac blessed Jacob and Esau in regard to their future.
As God leads, ask him to open your mind and heart to see his vision for these people. Be willing to believe that he is sovereign, not only over the present, but the future—even the distant future. You can trust him completely, for yourself and for others. Are there people for whom you have special burdens? Commit them to God. Pray for them, for their current needs, and for the problems they face. Be there to help them. But also remember to commit their future to him. Let him give you his peace “regarding things to come,” for you and for others.