Thursday, March 5, 2015

A Prayer To Live This Day Well For God, For April 6

Prayer for the Day
April 6
This short prayer for April 6 is a sweet meditation on our relationship with our loving Father in Heaven.

Print it and take it with you to inspire your entire day.

Read it a few times before you go on so you can experience the feeling of hope and faith.

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A Prayer for April 6

Oh God, and Father, Lord of Mercy
It was Your mercy that sent Jesus
To be the Savior of all mankind.
And by Your goodness, I am redeemed.
Now I am able to bring worship
And to give service to Your Kingdom.
I bring You worship for my Savior.
And give thanksgiving for these blessings
This thanks is deeper than words only
But all my actions are its language.
Where there is doubting in my thinking
Then may You banish all the shadows.
Guard me against danger as I travel.
When I sin forgive my grave trespass.
When I fall rescue me from evil.
Make my heart open to Your presence.
Help me to ponder what is noble,
Give me the courage to speak rightly
When light is needed in the darkness,
Then this sad world may see the Gospel
And find the promise of Christ's passion.
When this long busy day is over
May it be finished in good conscience,
And bring You worthy praise and honor.

If you want to know more about how to have a personal relationship with God and how Jesus makes salvation possible then see my other blog post.

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.

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