Since Larry is out of town this week and I’m keeping the home fires burning with his support only via prayer and iPhone FaceTime, I am falling behind on some things and shifting priorities. So I am going to quote from a favorite prayer book this week instead of writing from scratch. The book I’m quoting from was something I found several years ago and it proved very valuable in helping me learn to pray more Biblically for my marriage. I trust it will be a blessing for you today!
Our prayer today is that You will flood our hearts with the light of Your truth. Chase away every dark shadow of distraction, protected sin, procrastination, or disobedience.
Lord, since the day we said “I do,” the future we’ve been called to share together has been dear to us. But we lose sight of it so easily. We become prisoners of the now—in how we treat each other, in how we spend our time and our money and our energy, in what we think about…
Some days the destiny You promise just slips into the shadows. But You can turn any darkness into dawn (Amos 5:8). And because we are Your dearly loved children, You ask us to imitate You and exhibit the fruit of the light—all goodness, righteousness and truth (Eph. 5:1,8-9).
Shine here, Lord! At each step, turn every dark confusion about our purposes and our future into bright light of understanding, as You’ve promised (Isa. 42:16). Yes, lead us—even in new and unfamiliar paths today—to bring glory to You.
This is taken from “Praying the Bible for Your Marriage” (page 154) by David & Heather Kopp.