Monday, December 19, 2016

Prayer for Today: Monday, December 19, 2016

Prayer for Today: 
December 19, 2016

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O’ Holy Father What A Wondrous Day This Is Because You Created It And You Created Us Yes! Lord God of Heaven and Earth Thank You for Blessing All of Your Children Worldwide Today with the Ability to Begin another New Week of Life in These Physical Bodies; You are Incredible! Father God Today’s Special Prayer is for All of Us as Believers, and Unbelievers. Thanks for Your Ongoing Mercy and Grace and Thanks Especially for Your Special Truth; There Is Only One Truth and it is Yours; Thanks for Providing Support Via the Support System that You have Provided Worldwide. Thanks for Blessing All of Us Daily with Everything that We Need Financially; and Thanks Especially for Jesus Christ as Our Special Messiah and His Love Most of All Thanks for Our Lord *Jesus Christ’s Special Prayer (John 17) for All of Us for Burden Relief.  You are the Most High God; the Great I AM and Almighty God and regardless of what title is used, YOU ARE GOD and We All Exist Because You Exist so Thanks for Blessing Us.  Father God Please Forgive Us All for Our Debts Today as We Continue to Forgive Those Who Have Debts with Us; and Thanks for Leading Us Not Into Temptation and for Delivering Us From Negativity and Evil. Lord God
Most of All Thanks for Blessing Us With Food and Shelter and Many of Our Desire that We Gain via Our Abilities and the Gifts We Receive via the Abilities of Others. My Father and Lord I Thank You for Your Special Gift of Love and Life for Us All; and Thanks for All of the Mental, Physical, Spiritual, and Financial Blessings that You Always Bestow upon Us Daily.  Lord God for Everyone Who is asking for a Physical, Mental, or Financial Healing; I Am Touching, and Agreeing with Them via Cyberspace Mentally for a Healing by Our Combined Faiths.   Finally, Father GOD You Are Worthy of All Honor and Glory so Day after Day I Shall Continue to Honor and Thank You for Your Gift of Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit! You are Awesome; Thanks for Blessing Us at Our Jobs, in Our Schools, Homes, and within Every Aspect of Our Personal and Profession Lives.  Thanks, Thanks, Thank You Father God for Your Gifts of Love, Hope, and Truth and for Answering All the Prayers for Forgiveness, Healing, and Prosperity for All Your Children Worldwide Whether They are A Believer or Unbeliever because Thine is the Kingdom, the Power, and the Glory Forever. Amen, Amen, Amen and Amen…
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*Jesus Special Prayer for His Disciples and Believers 
@   Plus More Commentary @ Question: "What can we learn from the prayers that Jesus prayed?" Answer: The prayers Jesus prayed give us insight into His nature, His heart, and His mission on earth. The prayers of Jesus also inform and encourage us in our own prayer lives. Far more important than where He prayed, when He prayed, and in what position He prayed is the fact that He prayed. The theme of His prayers is instructive for all of us…In Jerusalem the week of His arrest; Jesus predicted His soon-to-come death. As He spoke of His coming sacrifice, Jesus prayed a very short prayer: “Father, glorify your name!” (John 12:28). In response to Jesus’ prayer, a voice from heaven said, “I have glorified it, and will glorify it again.” Spending a last few minutes with His disciples on the night of His arrest, Jesus prayed an extended prayer known today as His “high priestly prayer” (John 17) on behalf of His own, those given to Him by the Father (verse 6). In this prayer, Jesus is the Intercessor for His children (cf. Hebrews 7:25). He prays “not . . . for the world, but for those you have given me, for they are yours” (verse 9). He prays that they would have His joy (verse 13) and that God would keep them from the evil one (verse 15). He prays for His own to be sanctified by the truth, which is the Word of God (verse 17), and to be unified in that truth (verses 21–23). In the John 17 prayer, Jesus looks to the future and includes all those who would ever believe in Him (verse 20)...” – More Commentary @
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**We are All Spiritual Sojourners… Yes!!!  
Our Father God is Spirit!!! 
You are A Spiritual Sojourner – 
Realize Your Worth!!! You are A Spiritual and Physical Being Made in God’s Image and You are Wonderfully Made: You Matter!   *"Stop living a negative and guilt-ridden life, complaining daily about what you do not have. Instead of complaining, start to live a positive, happy, and fulfilled life praising and thanking GOD for what you have...
As a Spiritual Sojourner Realize Your Worth!!! You are A Spiritual and Physical Being Made in God’s Image and You Matter!!! Live Like You Do!!! Always Remember that Jesus Christ and God Loves You…You are Created in God’s Wonderful Image and You are Wonderfully Made!  Always Remember the Amazing Image Looking Back in Your Mirror Daily IS You And that Image is Your Gift from An Incredible God: Your Creator and Your Spiritual Father and He Loves You!!! Again Jesus Christ and God Loves You…  You are a Winner As A Child of God and Believer so Keep the Faith and Keep Moving as You Embrace You and Others with Love and Forgiveness as We All Coexist in these Physical Bodies… We are All Spiritual Sojourners that Matter!!! Keep Your Eyes on the Prize of an Eternal Life with God!!!!  Apostle John notes this: “And I saw the dead, great, and small, standing before the throne, and books were opened. Another book was opened, which is the book of life.” Revelation 20:12 NIV– More @  The Word of says Father “God gave us not a spirit of fearfulness; but of power and love and discipline.” 2 Timothy 1:7 More Commentary @  
And More Commentary on You are A Spiritual Sojourner   The Holy Spirit for Leading and Teaching Us Father God’s Truth and as Our Guide – “But the Counselor, the Holy Spirit--the Father will send Him in My name--will teach you all things and remind you of everything I have told you.” John 14:26 More Commentary @ 
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50 Days of Positive Affirmations – 
Major Focus and Background - God is Spirit  
“Yet a time is coming and has now come when the true worshipers will worship the Father in the Spirit and in truth, for they are the kind of worshipers the Father seeks. God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in the Spirit and in truth.” John 4:24 NIV – Read More Commentary  And More Commentary @ Plus More And Finally Here: 
Question: "What does it mean to worship the Lord in spirit and truth?" Answer: The idea of worshipping the Lord “in spirit and truth” comes from Jesus’ conversation with the woman at the well in John 4:6-30  …The overall lesson about worshipping the Lord in spirit and truth is that worship of God is not to be confined to a single geographical location or necessarily regulated by 
 the temporary provisions of Old Testament law. With the coming of Christ, the separation between Jew and Gentile was no longer relevant, nor was the centrality of the temple in worship. With the coming of Christ, all of God’s children gained equal access to God through Him. Worship became a matter of the heart, not external actions, and directed by truth rather than ceremony… To worship God in spirit and truth necessarily involves loving Him with heart, soul, mind, and strength. True worship must be “in spirit,” that is, engaging the whole heart. Unless there’s a real passion for God, there is no worship in spirit. At the same time, worship must be “in truth,” that is, properly informed. Unless we have knowledge of the God we worship, there is no worship in truth. Both are necessary for satisfying and God-honoring worship. Spirit without truth leads to a shallow, overly emotional experience that could be compared to a high. As soon as the emotion is over, when the fervor cools, so does the worship. Truth without spirit can result in a dry, passionless encounter that can easily lead to a form of joyless legalism. The best combination of both aspects of worship results in a joyous appreciation of God informed by Scripture. The more we know about God, the more we appreciate Him. The more we appreciate, the deeper our worship. The deeper our worship, the more God is glorified….” – Read More Commentary @  “What should we learn from the woman at the well?” – Read More Commentary @    “Jesus at Jacob’s Well - John 4:6-30” – Read More Commentary @
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