Praying the Bible

By Chris Underwood — Application: Decide that at least one day this week you will use the Bible to guide your prayers.

Here are some Bible scriptures that may be helpful in your praying the Bible plan.

Monday – Ecclesiastes 4:9 Suggestion: In what way can you pray to work better with a brother and/or sister in Christ? Your spouse or child? Your co-worker?

Tuesday – Psalms 100:3: Suggestion: Start your day and end your day with a word of thanks that the Lord made you and wants you to be part of his spiritual flock.

Wednesday: James 4:15: Suggestion: Add the thought and to ask that your present be guided by the Lord for a day, a month, a year or longer before making that next small or big decision.

Thursday – 2 Timothy 4:16-18 Suggestion: Have you prayed for the one who has done your wrong? How has your prayer offer thanks for getting out of sin, out of trouble or possibly separated from God because of your own human failure or others tempting you?

Friday –1 Kings 3:5-12. Suggestion: What are the really important things to pray for in your daily when it comes to how you live spiritually and physically necessities?

Saturday-Proverbs 30:7-9. Suggestion: What in these scriptures will help you pray to use your finances wisely?

If these do not work for you, find different scriptures that you can use to Pray through the Bible.

Do you want to grow in good works of God? Do you want to be able to forgive others their wrongs against you? Do you to avoid being swayed by the philosophies of man that ignore God’s choice to make his Son the Savior?

Praying the Bible is great resource of example, of knowledge and wisdom.

Use the Bible to pray. Make a plan. Watch God add the increase in your life.

(Thanks for inspiration from Brother Steve W.)

Have a great day

Encouragement Note October 2019

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