Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Prayer for July 23rd, A Prayer of One Who Walks With God

Daily Prayer
July 23rd
A prayer for the day of July 23rd it is written by the poet of faith and is full of expressions of dependence and faith in God.

Read it a few times and then pray it in your own words.

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The Prayer of One Who Walks With God
Prayer for the day of July 23rd

Father, may I never forget
To be thankful for Your blessings.
Each day You fill my life with good.
You watch over my welfare;
Yet, I rarely think of Your goodness.
You hear my prayers and You provide.
But I neglect to say, "Thank you."
Make me more mindful of Your care,
And how I depend upon Your
Provision for me and my needs.
May You alone fill my vision.
Help me do more than speak Your praise
May I lift up my praise by deeds
And show I love You by my acts.
May I know Your presence today.
Teach me to better trust in You,
To listen to Your perfect Word,
To do obey Your will in all things,
And that joy is in serving You.


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