Praying the Scriptures in the New Year

Praying the Scriptures in a New  Year

As we approach the end of 2014 and move into 2015, many of us are pondering goals and purposes for the new year. As we think about where we want to go in 2015, I know that for me, PRAYER and SCRIPTURE are 2 things I always want more of. Give me Jesus!!

When we think about goals for our lives and look at the possibility of God doing something NEW in our lives, sometimes I can get discouraged. I see the same old patterns, the same sin issues, the same weaknesses that often seem to plague my life. Can God really do something new in me?

I believe that God’s Word tells us that He has ALREADY done something new in each of us, if we are His. We are a NEW creation, friends! There is no need to cling to the lies of the enemy that tell us we are worthless and not capable of change. We know the Lord is doing a work in our lives, after all we are His. He who began a new work in each of us will carry it on to completion!! Philippians 1:6 gives us this truth. Cling to it, dear ones!

Praying the Scriptures in January

I have put together these verses for us to meditate on and pray through the month of January. My hope and prayer is that each of us will be filled with peace and joy and contentment with who we are in Christ.

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January Praying the Scriptures

 

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Author: Candace Crabtree

I'm just a messed up mama in need of God's fresh new mercies daily. My husband and I live in beautiful East Tennessee with our 3 children. God has taken me on a journey through the valley of depression and is teaching me to pray the Scriptures as a result. I hope and pray that you will be encouraged whenever you stop by this little place on the web.

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