You Have Been Prayed For… Psalm 71:20

I raise a hallelujah, for this morning that You gave to me.  I raise a hallelujah, for the heart You put inside of me…

I had the song from Bethel Music Raise a Hallelujah on my mind and in my heart as I slept last night and as I woke this morning.  In fact, I have had this song glued to me since I heard a guest (Setnick Sene His YouTube) sing it past Sunday at Calvary Jupiter.  Of course, those of you that know the song know that I changed the lyrics.  I did so based on the things that I am grateful for this morning.  I mention this to share how a song and offering worship to God has turned my mornings into my favorite part of the day.  I pray that I can practice more of this throughout my days with the goal or perfect union with the Holy Spirit until we see Him coming on the clouds…

Psalm 71:20 New International Version (NIV)

20 Though You have made me see troubles,
    many and bitter,
    You will restore my life again;
from the depths of the earth
    You will again bring me up.

Abba, my caring and merciful Father, please hear my prayer.  I am so thankful and grateful that You help me to see troubles and bitter things.  While I do not enjoy them, I know You are using them to mature our relationship.  I pray for wisdom and understanding during these bitter moments so that I can use them for Your glory and not play the victim, which I am so accustomed to doing.  Heavenly Father, I pray for a blanket of grace and peace to cloak us, Your children, as we go out into Your glorious day.  In Jesus’ name, amen.

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