Which comes easier to you: to be with the Lord or to do things for God? Can we opt one and neglect the other? What happens if we opt to be in His presence but do not serve or just serve devoid of His presence? Acts 6:3-7
Lord, let us value time in Your presence because it equips us to serve Your people with wisdom and the Holy Spirit.
Lord, when we receive applause for acts of service, no one may see our time in Your presence, but give us grace to see our time with You as a significant investment for Your Kingdom.
When we had done something that displeased God, how quickly did He speak to us? How has our understanding of God helps us to repent immediately? Even when He carries out His verdict, how will we respond? 2 Sam 12:13-23
Lord, thank You for Your provisions to make things right with You when we err, we submit ourselves to Your ways to restore us to You.
Lord, search me to see if there is anything that displeases You, quickly restore me to You as Your mercy always triumphs over judgement .
How often do we thank God for His gift, the Holy Spirit? As a follower of Jesus, how often we pray for Acts to repeat in our nations? Will you be among those who wait on the Lord for such a visitation of the Lord in our generation? Acts 2
Lord, thank You for the incomparable gift of the Holy Spirit; we continue to keep vigil for Acts to repeat in our generation.
Lord, we are often comfortable with the daily routine of Christian activities but we ask Your Spirit to disturb us to keep step with the Spirit in our generation.
How will you see God’s involvement in our activities? Is He just the helper or is he also our leader and guide? How will we allow Him to be involved in our lives if we have such perspectives? 2 Sam 5:17-25
Lord, You are our Lord and the helper but we want to see Your presence, power and purpose to live out through us.
Lord, when we face life, we don’t want to limit You as our helper but we will live our trust in You as our Lord and Master.