Sunday Prayer

Happy Sunday Friends! This month we’re looking at how money factors into living the Good Life. While I was doing research on what the Bible says about money, I came across 1 Timothy 6. Make sure you go read it. It is so good! So, today, I want to pray in to the teachings from this chapter. Here is the verse that we’re praying on:

Teach those who are rich in this world not to be proud and not to trust in their money, which is so unreliable. Their trust should be in God, who richly gives us all we need for our enjoyment. 1 Timothy 6:17 NLT

Dearest God, Our God – Today we come together to pray once again. We know that you are with us and we know that you hear us. We thank you for all the blessings that you give to us. We know that you are Jehovah Jireh and that you are the God who provides. We thank you for enough in every situation. Today God, we ask that you direct our hearts to trust in you in every way possible. Make it possible to trust you with our whole mind, body, heart, and spirit in every thing we do. Direct our hearts to direct our wealth towards your purposes God. Help us where we lack and where we have excess. Speak into those places so that we know what to do with them, Lord. We thank you for your presence, your attention, your lavish provision. In Jesus’ name we come to ask these things, Amen. 

I hope you have a wonderful day and a wonderful week coming up. As always if you have a prayer request please comment below or send me an email. If you prayed this prayer today, will you comment, like, or share? 

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