You Have Been Prayed For… DEUTERONOMY 4:30

Hallelujah, praise the living God for another day to pray for you all and be used by Him. Today I ask that you consider this statement from François Fénelon (1651-1715)

“Listen to God and be deaf to yourself.”

Deuteronomy 4:30 New American Standard Bible (NASB)

30 When you are in distress and all these things have come upon you, in the latter days you will return to the Lord your God and listen to His voice.

 

Abba, by the power of the Holy Spirit, through and by Your Son Jesus, Your servant prays.  Praise You, for being there when we are tired of ignoring our hearts as they scream for You.  Bless You, for the lovingkindness, mercy, and grace You shower upon us.  Hear the prayers of Your servant and place desire in our hearts.  May we not wait until there is distress to return to You, but in every moment, turn our hearts to You in silence and joyfully wait on Your voice and grace.  In Jesus’ Name, amen.  

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2 thoughts on “You Have Been Prayed For… DEUTERONOMY 4:30

  1. Thank you!!! May we praise Him always, especially when we are on the mountaintop! Great encouraging words my brother. He deserves our constant praise and worship!

    Can’t wait for tonight. Looking forward to seeing you and the rest of our group. Have a blessed God day my friend!!!

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