God Is For Me

Connect Image Dec 2014Before you begin, meditate on this thought: God is for me.

How I praise and thank You Father, for once I walked in darkness, but now I have seen the Light of Jesus! Thank You for giving Your one and only Son for me–He who had never sinned–for me, who sins continually. How can this be?  There are no words that adequately express how thankful I am for what You have done for me!

For Your willingness to be born in human likeness and bear my punishment on the cross–Thank You Lord Jesus!

For removing my sin from me as far as the east is from the west and remembering it no more–Thank You Lord Jesus!

You are Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace and I celebrate and announce that You are the Christ, Messiah–Emmanuel!

Thank You Father for the gift of Jesus that expresses so lavishly, Your great love for me–that You are for me.  If You would give me Jesus, is there anything for my good that You would withhold? If You are for me, is there anyone who can be against me? If You are for me is there anything that I should fear?

I ask Father that You give me a fresh glimpse of Your face as You cheer me on in this race that You have marked out for me, a fresh understanding of your great love for me from which I can never be separated.  Spur me on by the Holy Spirit in my pilgrimage with You until I am truly able to live as “more than a conqueror”!  In spite of trouble or hardship, remind me continually that Your love is holding me fast–that there is nothing–past, present or future that will ever separate me from Your immeasurable love expressed in Christ–nothing! Hallelujah!

This day I ask Wonderful Counselor that You open my mind to help me understand in a deeper way what it means that You are for me.  Mighty God, reveal Your power in my life in such a way that strongholds are exposed and come crashing down! Everlasting Father embrace me with Your love and acceptance. Prince of Peace calm my anxious heart and reveal Yourself in the midst of the storms of my living, for You are for me, and nothing will separate me from You great love.  In Jesus’ name. Amen.

(Isaiah 9:2; John 3:16; Philippians 2:6-11; Psalm 103:12; Isaiah 9:6; Romans 8: 31-39; Hebrews 12:1)





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Prayer Points

Praise the God of truth, whose words are trustworthy (2 Sam. 7:28). Thank Jesus for being the only way, truth, and life (Jn. 14:6). Confess the times you’ve chosen to believe the lies of Satan rather than the true promises of God. Commit yourself, as a member of Christ’s body, to speaking truthfully in all your relationships (Eph. 4:25). Ask God to buckle the belt of truth around your waist.

The devil is “a liar and the father of lies” (Jn. 8:44). Ask that Satan’s empty schemes will be exposed and that unsaved people will believe in Jesus.

–Prayer Points taken from Patterns for Prayer by Alvin VanderGriend 

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 Advent – Day 17

“May my heart be blameless toward your decrees, that I may not be put to shame” (Psalm 119:80). 

Lord, prepare our hearts to be blameless in our Christian walk.  Help others to see that we follow You in all of the circumstances of life as we wait for the coming of the Christ Child.

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