God kill ANYTHING in me even if i love it, even if i think i Need it, even if i think i can't breathe without it if it is going to try to kill what you placed down inside me i am giving you FULL permission on a Tuesday morning at 9:10am set an AMBUSH to it God Take it AWAY REMOVE IT so that i can accomplish EVERYTHING you sent me to do. God help me to fulfill my purpose. God take away ANYTHING that's not like you, everything that doesn't give you glory, and praise, all the things that's not pleasing in your sight! Remove everything and everyone in my life that tries to come against my calling and my purpose Lord SET AN AMBUSH to it!! 🙌🏾🙌🏾🙏🏾 #prayer#removeitgod#purpose#calling#destiny#love#Godisgreat#removeanythingnotlikeyou
Day 30 of 40 | ACTS 1:4
Although our climb with Jesus never ends, today we spend our last day journeying with His climb in this excerpt from Climbing Prayer Mountain: "I can't stress enough the importance of waiting in our journey up Prayer Mountain. Waiting can be painful at times, yet this is the place our faith if forged. We must learn to trust in the faithfulness of our Father and His perfect timing... He will unleash you according to Heaven's timeline, so don't be afraid to wait." As you think about your own journey of waiting on the Lord, what word comes to mind when you hear the word "wait?" Why are prayer and worship foundational for our season of waiting?
Today’s prayer: Father, give me the patience and strength to wait for You.
P R A Y F O R
“Brokenness of spirit”
“Brokenness of spirit: the defilement of sin in all of us, our repentance from pride, waywardness and self-reliance; acknowledgement of our failures; and our utter dependence upon the Lord apart from whom we can do nothing (Jn 15: 4-5)”
As we approach Holy Week, here’s a reminder on what we can pray for during Lent, as Bishop shared in his message last month. More reminders over the next few days, so watch this space. And don’t forget to help us remind your friends / share this post!
How can you and I meaningfully participate in this Lenten season? Read Bishop’s Lenten Message for more. (Link on our profile)
I’m terrified. I’m terrified of opening my heart again. I’m terrified of what it will feel like on the chance he never makes it into my arms. He’ll be another notch on the rope of babies I knew and loved but never got to hold.
And then I’m forced to realize that this is exactly what I signed up for. Foster care is loving kids who aren’t ours. Foster care is going to battle for children we may never get to call our own. Foster care is loving and letting go. Foster care is sacrifice and obligation and hard.
Read the full blog post by clicking the link in my profile.