You Have Been Prayed For… ECCLESIASTES 5:10

Hallelujah, praise the living God for another day to pray for you all and be used by Him. Today I offer this question from Thomas Brooks.

“Tell me, you that say all things under the sun are vanity, if you really believe what you say, why do you spend more thoughts and time on the world, than you do on Christ, heaven and your immortal souls?”

Ecclesiastes 5:10 New American Standard Bible (NASB)

10 One who loves money will not be satisfied with money, nor one who loves abundance with its income. This too is futility.

Heavenly Father, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, Your servant praises and thanks You.  Bless You, for the saints You have used to write such powerful questions. Praises for the conviction Your Holy Spirit delivers when Your servants reads them and how this leads to a deeper relationship with You. Help us to keep our eyes on You and not this world or ourselves. Remind us daily that the love of money is the root of all evil and it is futility to strive after it. Guide us in being helpful to our brothers and sisters and to seeking first the Kingdom of God. Show us our anxious thoughts and our deceitful hearts so we may be healed. In Jesus’ name, amen. 

If this prayer blessed you or brought you peace, please share this with someone in need.

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