Daily Inspiration




Daily Inspirational Thoughts

to bless your life.


Monday through Friday


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Topic:

God wants to lead me.

Will I choose to follow him today?




Monday


Sometimes the path of God
is rocky and uphill,
but
the path of God is the best path to take.






Tuesday



In following God, always walk toward the light.







Wednesday


It is wise to set your face like flint

to follow the will of God.



 Because the Lord God helps me,

I will not be dismayed;

therefore,

I have set my face like flint to do his will,

and I know that I will triumph.

Isaiah 50:7 TLB



Wednesday Thoughts:

Speaking out strong, godly proclamations and Bible verses help to set our will to do God's will.

Below are some proclamations for your consideration.

These are "Daily He leads me Prayer Proclamations."


Consider saying these 

Prayer Proclamations

out loud regularly.


I praise God -

the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.


Dear God,

I will yield to you as you guide and direct me.

I will rise up when you call me.

I will speak when you nudge me.


I am well able to do what you send me to do.

Teach me to love you in a deeper way - in a more obedient way.

Teach me your truth. I do not want to resist you as you shape me into your vessel of love.

Give me thoughts that bring me into more obedience to you.

Give me motivation that propels me toward your will.


I will choose godly thoughts and actions. I will choose to  walk in the destiny that you placed inside of me.

I will pay attention when you convict me.  I will repent and learn to follow you more closely.

I will exercise self-control as you redirect me and quiet me.

Amen

Copyright © 2016 Beth McLendon of Inspirational-Prayers.com





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and

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Thursday


Walking on God's path produces blessings.


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Peace

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Peace is like calm, still waters in our soul.




When we follow God,

he will lead us toward peace

in our relationship

with him.


We feel more peace as we move closer

to the Prince of Peace.




All God's ways ultimately lead to

pleasantness and peace.


In Proverbs chapter three, we find out

what

God's wisdom produces.


Note that

"God's wisdom"

has the pronoun "her" in this verse:



 Her ways are ways of pleasantness,

and all her paths are peace.

Proverbs 3:17 KJV


Consider visiting our page:
Prayers for Peace




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Joy

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Following God leads to more joy!


Thou wilt shew me the path of life:

in thy presence is fulness of joy;

at thy right hand there are pleasures for evermore.

Psalm 16:11 KJV




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Goodness and Mercy

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As Psalm 23 tells us:

When I follow my loving Shepherd

then

Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me.



Dear Lord,

Today, I want to rededicate myself

to following your will.

In loving devotion I pray,

Amen


Friday 


Today's entry

is written for those who feel

confused

or know someone who feels confused.


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God tells us that

as we read God's Word,

confusion is reduced.


Thy word is a lamp

unto my feet,

and a

light

unto my path.

Psalm 119:105 KJV



Trust in the Lord with all thine heart;

and lean not unto thine own understanding

In all thy ways acknowledge him,

and

he shall direct thy path.

Proverbs 3:5-6 KJV





The Bible has the right path
for those who feel confused or lost.









Dear Lord,

I feel confused and unsure about so many things.

I ask for your help.

I will commit to reading your Word each day.

And I will try to please you.

In Jesus' name I pray,

Amen


I encourage you to begin with reading

the short 6 chapters

of the Bible book:

Ephesians

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My favorite version for this book is

Living Bible Translation.

Here is a link to cut and paste:

https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Ephesians+1&version=TLB



Ephesians 5:1


Follow God's example

in everything you do

just as a much loved child

imitates his father.


Ephesians 5:1 TLB



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Originally presented June 6, 2016