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Prosperous Future

Prayer is birthed from these scriptures: 1 John 4:18, Jeremiah 29:11, Psalm 40:5, Isaiah 55:12, Job 8:7, and Zechariah 8:15

Thank you, Jesus, that you love me unconditionally. Help me never give up on your love for me. Help me to rest in your perfect love that casts out all fear.

Thank you, Jesus, that you declare great plans for me, plans to prosper me and to give me hope and a future.

Thank you, Jesus you just don’t have a plan, but many plans for me. You are so good to me that you have multitudes of plans for me, so even if I miss one or some because of my stupidity you don’t give up on me but continue to keep many more plans until I come out victorious in every area of my life.

Thank you for not giving up on me with just one plan but having many plans for my life.

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Overcoming struggles

Scriptures to meditate and reflected in this prayer are from Romans 2:4, 2 Corinthians 7:10, John 16:33, 1 John 4:4, John 10:10, Luke 10

Thank you Jesus through your goodness you lead me to repentance that brings forth salvation in my life.

For godly sorrow produces repentance leading to salvation, not to be regretted; but the sorrow of the world produces death. – 2 Corinthians 7:10

The Greek word for Salvation is Sozo, verb “sozo” means - saved, made whole, restored, healed, delivered, preserved.

Thank you Jesus for bringing salvation in my life that empowers me to overcome struggles of this life.

Pslams 103 and 138 : Embracing Anointing

The original usage of anointing with oil was used by shepherds. Their sheep were often bothered and made filthy by lice and insects, which could even kill the sheep if the insects made their way deep into the sheep’s skin or ears. The shepherds would therefore pour oil on the sheep’s head, making it too slippery for the insects to crawl so they would just fall off. After this, anointing became a symbol of protection, empowerment, and blessing as we know it today.

To be anointed is to be set apart, empowered, or protected

The act of “anointing” or “being anointed” is being smeared or rubbed with oil as part of a religious ceremony to make someone or something sacred.

The Greek meaning of “anoint” is made up of two words: chrio which means “to smear or rub oil”, and aleipho, which means “to anoint.”

In Hebrew, the term masah has secular connections, such as rubbing a shield with oil, smearing paint on a house, or anointing the body with oil.

Regardless of the origin definition or usage, the intent of anointing is to set apart a person, place, or thing for divine use. It is meant to empower people to accomplish God’s work, for protection, or to describe the Messiah’s(God's) deliverance.

Healing a broken heart: Prayer of Comfort

Heavenly Father, There are many prayers I have prayed, many times I have cried to you.

Lord, I know that You heard me and have reached out to me. You alone know all my fears and tossing.

They are right before your eyes. You are my refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. You will help me out of whatever trouble I face right now and in the future.

By Your Spirit, You will show me what to do, where to go and how to respond to these times So I cast all my burden on you, for according to your Word, You will not allow your own to be moved. For Your anger is but for a moment, Your favor is for life.

Psalm 23: Divine Guidance & Provision

“Heavenly Father, I thank You because You are my Shepherd, And because You are my Shepherd, I have everything I need! I am convinced that You are leading me always and will show me the right way, every day.

So I know I am safe under Your protective care. LORD, You know where true rest and blessings are found, and You will lead me there day by day. Give me new strength every day and help me do what honors You the most.