Day 33 / Prayer Covering (pages 182-187)
My ah-ha from today’s reading:
“No victory has ever been won apart from prayer and praise.”
Just think on those words again.
We all want victory in our lives, in our homes, in our families.
But, do we offer the prayer and praise?
That question hits hard for me.
Prayer and praise is easy on Sunday morning.
It’s hard on Monday morning when everyday life happens.
Prayer and praise is easy when the musicians are playing and the leaders are singing.
It’s hard when you’re in the middle of a temptation.
God, let my life reflect prayer and praise – in the easy times, in the hard times.
Lead me to others – for me to intercede on behalf of and for them to intercede for me.
If you’re in one of those hard places, be encouraged. He promised in the Bible that joy comes in the morning.
Weeping may tarry for the night,
but joy comes with the morning. – Psalm 30:5b
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