Thank you for being amazing. Thank you for being my rock. Thank you for carrying me over and through. Lord, as I linger on the precipice of a different season I ask that you protect me from any distractions and anything that would disguise its self as being from you, but is actually from the enemy. Lord, help me heal in the deepest places where no one can see. In the places that have been cracked open. The deeper places. Please give me tunnel vision. Father, this cup, please take it, but nevertheless, not my will but your will be done.
I vow to praise you. Even when it hurts like hell. I’ll praise you when I don’t understand it. I’ll praise you when everyone around me expects otherwise. I’ll stand firm on your word. You’re my only solid foundation.
As I have to endure time, I ask that you encompass me with your grace and that your Holy Spirit moves in and through me more profoundly than ever before. I need you. We need you. Have your way, father. Your way is the best way. I trust you and give it all to you. Every ounce of desire. Every memory, every moment of happiness and sadness. I can’t do it without you.
Thank you for a peace that surpasses all understanding. I now know what it’s like and I’m blown away by the creativity of your provision. Complete your work in me. The way that only you can. Silence the doubt. Drown it. Kill it. I don’t want anything to get in the way of you being pleased.
Father, as you abide in heaven, your name is without blemish and today I pray that your will and your Kingdom flourish in the realm of my heart, home and every sphere of my life, the same exact way that it is in heaven. Today, give me what I need and forgive me for I am not perfect by any means. At the same time, help me continue to forgive. Everyday and every moment. God, please lead me away from the temptation of anything that would divert your hand in my life. Deliver me away from the enemy's hand and his plans to distract, hurt or harm me. All the power, honor and glory belong to you, God. Holy Spirit be stirred up and occupy what’s yours.
In Jesus, name Amen