Wednesday, May 22, 2013

A Kingdom Prayer, A Prayer For June 1st

A Daily Prayer
June 1
This prayer for the day of June 1 is written by a poet of faith and is written like a free style poem except each line is the same length.  It is a prayer of gratitude and asks for God's kingdom to rule in one's one heart as well as the hearts of all men.

You may want to read it a few times and then pray it in your own words.  You may print a copy to take with you or bookmark this page so you can come back. Have a blessed day.


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A KINGDOM PRAYER,
A prayer for June 1

Oh Holy Father in Heaven
Thank You for the gift of this day
And all its prospects for blessing.
Help my gratitude to be clear
By living wisely this one day.
May Jesus be king in my heart,
And let no sin to mute his voice.
Bless my way of life this day,
That I may bring honor to You-
So others see and give God praise.
Lord, look on the poor with favor,
Bless and heal those who are sick,
Relieve those who are suffering,
And motivate me to serve them.
May I be useful in Your hand
So that others may come to Christ.
Let Your righteous ones shine so bright
That Your truth may pierce the dark land.
Let the gospel go out freely,
So wars cease from the lives of men,
And greed is unknown on this earth,
And sin is cast from every heart.
May I use the gift of this day
To stand up and act for Your cause
And help bring on the blessed day
When Your peace will rule in all hearts.


Adron

"Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace. And be thankful."  Colossians 3:15

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