Thursday, May 16, 2013

At One With God, A Prayer June 22nd

Daily Prayer
June 22
This prayer for the day is written by a poet of faith and is written like a freestyle poem. It is full of expressions of God's forgiving grace, his acceptance and his purpose in your life

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

* * * * *

Prayer for June 22

I rejoice O Gracious Lord
That You are willing to hear
When I call as Your child,
What ruler is so open
To his lowly subjects?
Thank you for Your great mercies
Beyond number and measure.
I come boldly yet again*
Your Word encourages me,
And I have seen Your blessings.
Thank you that I may come-
Not only on special days,
Or in places of prayer;
But I may bring every need
And desire to Your throne.
I may bring my heart to You,
You never send me away
But give a righteous answer.
Grant forgiveness for my sin-
For You are all merciful;
You sent Christ to die for sin,
And offers love to mankind.
Stand with me in each trial,
Uphold me in temptation,
Give strength over my weakness,
Fulfill Your will in my life;
That I may have the blessing
Of being more like Jesus.


* Hebrews 4:16. Let us then approach God's throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need.

We are at one with God not because of our own attainment but because he is gracious he receives us and through the death of his son paid or our sins so we may have a relationship with him. When we have a life with God we start to agree with his will for our lives.

To learn more about becoming one with God follow this link: click here.
Thank you for visiting my blog and reading my prayer-poem.  
I hope you were inspired by it and that it is a blessing on your day.  
To read another use the search box above or see the left sidebar for my most popular ones. 

My poems and prayers are free to print but your small gift will help keep this project going.

Use the buttons below to share this with others. Thank you.
(c) Adron Dozat