Shabbat Shalom July 2, 2011 / Sivan 30, 5771

Abba…on this Your Shabbat…I praise You and seek You. Fill me completely with Your Ruach until nothing is left of my fleshliness. You are the Creator of everything. Help me…help all of us, Abba…to love You with all of our hearts, all of our souls, all of our minds and all of our strengths! May we love You above all else!

Your Name, O L-rd, is above the heavens. You are mightier than all the leaders of the world. Your grace and Your mercy are unlike anything we mere humans have to offer one another.

Your Shalom is like no other. I praise You and thank You that Yeshua has come to give us a Shalom that is unlike anything the world can give us. Thank You for giving us Shalom in the midst of chaos…in the midst of uncertainty…in the midst of our enemies.

Abba…on this Your Shabbat…I ask that You bless Your people. Bless the ones who are called by Your name. Lift them up and strengthen them in Your love and in their service for Your kingdom. Turn the ones whose hearts have strayed back to You. Call Your people home to Yourself.

I especially lift up those whom You have called into leadership, along with their families. I lift up those who serve the body of Yeshua by shepherding, by teaching, by watching over others. You have called those who lead to serve. You have called teachers to humility. You have called the elderly and the mature to help guide and keep the wolves out. May all of us who serve You do so with holy reverence…always remembering who YOU are and who we are in YOU.

Abba…please bring Your Shalom to Yerushalayim. Bring Your Shalom to Israel and to Your chosen ones!

Abba, I ask these things b’shem Yeshua.


About Abigail

I am a woman who loves life and loves to see others love life, too. I love and serve the Creator, the God of the Bible...the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Because of what the Creator has done in my life, I am here to help others now. I hope we can journey together!
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One Response to Shabbat Shalom July 2, 2011 / Sivan 30, 5771

  1. Dawn Phenix says:

    In agreement, we pray, Amen.

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