September 16 Prayer
“Wisdom is shown and justified by all her children who follow her.”
The skies have been full of smoke, the worst ever they say. The fog comes in and then goes out. Now a blue sky then a white one. Dark and light, wrong and right.
O’ how we need wisdom now more than ever.
“Wisdom takes care of those who look for her; she raises them to greatness. Loving her is loving life itself; rising early to look for her is pure joy.
The Lord loves everyone who loves her, and those who pay attention to her have true security.” Eccl.4
What do you hear as an invitation to follow God today?
When Jesus came to a generation, so many missed him because he was a different expression of the kingdom than they were not expecting.
Don’t miss Jesus. He may appear in ways that you do not recognize.
Let him surprise you and even look for him somewhere else than you are used to. Even look inside of you, where the Holy Spirit lives, there you will find wisdom waiting for you. Pay attention to what you are noticing inside, the truth of wisdom sometimes hurts but it leads to true security and life.
“The wisdom of God will be proven true by the expressions of godliness in everyone who follows her.” Lk.7:35 Tpt
Pause to pray
Bless the spirit of wisdom inside of me
May I see her
May I seek her within me and hear
God’s voice of reason that is above
May I have seek earnestly wisdom as
I follow you God
In my every moment to trust in and pass on to the next generation.
Help me to listen deeply and pay attention
Humbly I return and remember that I do not know everything
I confess my own understanding fails me but I look
to follow True wisdom and take delight in her.
Thank you that you will take my hand and lead me this day to discover Jesus
May I be the expression of your kingdom living through me this day.
And may I look for Jesus in the unexpected doorways and encounters
that will open up to me today.
‘Praise be to the Father , The Son and the Holy Spirit.
In whom we live and move and have our being.’
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