Monday, May 20, 2013

May God's Kingdom Come, A prayer for June 5th

Daily Prayer
June 5
This poem of the day for June 5 was written by a poet of faith and is written like a poem but has deep classic thoughts of faith and the place of God's kingdom in our lives.   You may want to read it a few times and then pray it in your own words.

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MAY GOD'S KINGDOM COME
Prayer for June 5


Heavenly Father, You are good.
I come with love and gratitude.
Thank You for the blessings You give,
Thank You for freedom of mind,
Thank You for the gift of today-
With opportunities to serve,
And to make the world better.
May I show my gratitude
By a life of obedience.
Let my work be in joy and faith.
Help me to live by convictions
And not by other's opinions.
Lord, free those who are oppressed;
Destroy those chains of heart and soul,
Shelter the fearful in Your arms,
Bring down things that harm Your children,
Aid those who are in mortal need,
Show Your love to the lonely ones,
Comfort those who are forgotten,
Show Your light to the discouraged,
Deliver Your children from sin,
And remove sin's scars from our hearts.
May Your joy and peace rule all hearts.
Guide all men to lives of love.
May we all lift our hands to serve
Each other's best and God's glory.
Bring Your Kingdom soon to the earth
Through the labors of godly men.



(c) Adron Dozat

There are many different ideas about the time and place of God's kingdom, Jesus said it was "within you." (Luke 17:21). All agree God has prepared good works for us to do while we wait for his kingdom to be revealed, (Ephesians 2:10). The darkness and oppression around us is a battle front where we combat evil with good.

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