The Lord is my strength and song, and he is become my salvation: he is my God, and I will prepare him an habitation; my father’s God, and I will exalt him. Exodus 15:2
I am a pilgrim in the world, but at home in my God. In the earth I wander, but in God I dwell in a quiet habitation.
I love you Jesus. You are awesome God, you are ever present, all knowing, and you work all things for good. I am so grateful to have grown in you, and come to know your grace and mercy. I know that many people know you as creator God, and today I lift up all of my loved ones: may they know you as much more!
May your children focus on building a relationship with you God. I pray we all come out victorious from each of our trials. May there always be a praise on our lips, and a new song in our hearts. May we worship you in spirit and in truth. May our relationship with you, be unshakeable.
I ask you Lord to take off the masks we use to hide our pains and frustrations, and lead us into the secret place where we can worship and commune with you alone. May we live transparent lives, and give others the freedom to do the same. I pray for the church of Christ to be intimate with You! We do not want any more singers or performers in church! We don’t want to judge by appearance or by status or position. May you cause a revival in our private lives, so that we can walk in anointing and power in public.
I also ask you Lord for those who are disappointed, May you heal their hearts and open their minds to know what changes to make and how to address their spiritual condition. I thank you for your Holy Spirit. May everyone know you Lord God, may you become their best friend.
I pray for those people who do not yet know you, may we be channels and instruments in your hands to bring them closer to you. May we speak what you speak, may we hear your voice, and may we do what you would do. I ask you for the grace we need as we are pruned and crushed for your anointing. May our worship be more than a gift or talent. Serving you God is more than a title or a gift, it is a privilege and the best experience here in earth.
Thank you for affirming our identity. Thank you for direction, encouragement, faith, joy, and the hope you give us on a day to day basis. May your holy presence find a home in us and our lives. And finally Jesus, I ask you for conviction, courage and boldness to do what You’ve called us to do. I ask for all of this in Jesus name, Amen!