Abba, once again…and even still…I am amazed at Your love toward us. It is just so beyond my comprehension. In fact, at times it seems unreal, until I remember the truth and the One who IS Truth.
You DO love us, even when we do not love You.
You ARE faithful to us, even when we are not faithful to You!
YHVH, help us to love You with everything we have and are. Help us to love our neighbors as ourselves. Help us to love one another. Help us to understand what true love is and how to live it out.
Instill within us a deep hunger for Your love that no person and no thing can satisfy.
Instill within us a deep thirst for Your Ruach/Spirit and a deep desire for time in Your word. May we seek to be in Your presence, especially during the appointed times.
Abba, I pray that, during this Shabbat (and all others) that we will sit at Yeshua’s feet and soak in the midst of Your Shalom.
Heal us, Abba…in spirit, body and soul!
Strengthen us with Your courage and help us to move in Your might.
Keep our feet upon the path You have for us and do not let us stray to the right or to the left.
Help us to be Yeshua to one another and to a hurting, lost world. Do not let us remain comfortable and complacent! Move us, Abba, according to Your plan!
Thank You, Abba, for the privilege You have given me to remember in prayer those You have placed as leaders within Yeshua’s body…and their loved ones.
Abba, I praise You for the fact that more and more of Your Chosen people are turning their hearts to You…and not just to You, but to Yeshua! Please do a mighty work amongst them as You bring them home from the four corners of the earth.
Abba, please bring Your Shalom to Yerushalayim. Please bring Your Shalom to the land of Israel and protect her from her enemies. Please open people’s hearts to see the truth!
Please give us all wisdom as to how to best spend the time with which You have blessed us. Please help us to use our time wisely…even more so in these days. Help us to be light in an increasingly dark world.