October 5 Prayer
Epehesians 3, Galatians 1, Luke 10:29-37
“The mystery of the gospel was made known through a revelation of Jesus Christ.
I pray over you a release of the blessings of God’s undeserved kindness and total well-being that flows from our Father God and our Lord Jesus Christ.
The secret mystery of the Messiah is The gospel of grace.”
I watch the multitude of leaves changing colors in the sky and fall to the ground.
It is brisk and cold out , yet a beautiful fall sunny day to take a walk.
Stopping to see the graces all around me, I ask the questions of my soul.
What is it that I need to let fall to the ground in the season of my life?
Where am I hurrying to complete a task or change the way things look on the outside that I am forgetting to care for the inside of me?
There is this mystery called grace. The name of God is mercy.
We are living in a time where we are called by grace to love one another as God loved us. (Jesus' words, not mine.)
Where do I limit his call in me and how do I show this kind of undeserved favor and love to another?
“Lord, make me a messenger of this wonderful news that we are wrapped into you as one. Help us to let the things that keep us from living in grace fall to the ground.
Remind us of your kindness throughout the day so we may be thankful and show the same to others we meet.
For it is in receiving that we are able to give and in the letting go that we are free to receive and release even more.
Let us enter this season of autumn with open hands and hearts looking high and reaching wide.
Let a smile be broadcast upon our face even under a mask when needed to wear, let your glory shine through.
May this new season open places yet discovered in me and in you.