What would have been our life if God hadn’t intervened when shame and terror was over us? Why did he do so even when we were at fault? How often we thank God for such times in which God protected us supernaturally? Gen 34, 35:1-14
Lord, again and again we are reminded about Your hand upon us and our situations to supernaturally lead us to the destiny when we really didn’t deserve it.
Lord, repeatedly we confess that it is Your mercy, not our merit which has redirected our course to reach our promise even when we were drifting away from the path.
What has God done to make us uncomfortable so that we could walk into our destiny? Is increase making you forget God’s plan for your lives? How will we respond to the situation when He is disturbing us? Gen 30
Lord, thank You for making us uncomfortable to remind us that we are not to settle down where there is a prosperity, but to pay a price to walk to our destiny.
Lord, when our temporary success delay us to take steps to walk to our destiny, thank You for the people You place in our lives to disturb us to seek Your face; we never want to hold unforgiveness towards such people.
If God is with us, will others initiate dispute? When our neighbors react to us because God has blessed us, how will we respond? Do you think God is watching over us, when we wander looking for a place to settle? Gen 26:12-25
Lord, we don’t have to understand why we face difficulties and disagreements, but one thing we ask is that we don’t want to do or say anything to cause You to remove Your presence from us.
Lord, we value Your presence more than riches or peace with neighbours, so we order our motives, conversation, and action in such a way that Your presence will be our leading companion.
Who gives us strength to do what is needed? When we have no one to share our concerns but only God to seek counsel, will we be at peace? Since we don’t know the last chapter of our story, how will we live each day? Gen 21-23
Lord, thank You for the privilege of growing old with You, different days of our lives bring to us surprises or hurdles, but we allow You to be the author of our story line.
Lord, we do not know the last chapter of our story line and its repercussions, but as long as You are the author, our story will become Your Story-a story of Your goodness and faithfulness; so each day we fix our eyes on You and obey You
When the Lord or angels visit your house, what will be their message? If you could choose, who do you want to visit: the Lord or angels? When the Lord or an angel shares a burden, what will be your response? Gen 18:16-33, Gen 19.
Lord, we are not satisfied by mere angelic protection but we want to abide in You so that we will share in Your burden for people and nations and respond with intercession.
Lord, when You share Your burden for people and nations, let our hearts carry Your concern for their salvation so that we will remain standing in Your presence to intercede.
To whom do we look to make us rich? Do we want God to give us a reward or God to be our reward? How has God overwritten our plans with His plan? Gen 14,15
Lord, when we come across unresolved issues of our lives, we will not act upon what our natural eyes could see but in faith will take hold of Your plan for our future.
Lord, even though we have followed You for many years, we have made conclusions of our future with our limited vision but today let our eyes behold You as our reward and allow You to overwrite our plans.