March 11

Psalm 119:169-176

May my cry come before you, O Lord; give me understanding according to your word.  May my supplication come before you; deliver me according to your promise.  May my lips overflow with praise, for you, teach me your decrees.  May my tongue sing of your word, for all your commands are righteous.  May your hand be ready to help me, for I have chosen your precepts. I long for your salvation, O Lord, and your law is my delight. Let me live that I may praise you, and may your laws sustain me.  I have strayed like a lost sheep. Seek your servant, for I have not forgotten your commandments.

One of the greatest blessings I’ve had in walking through years of praying for a prodigal is to now sit by them in church and see them sing praise to the Lord! Once God delivers from such a lonely, difficult time in their life, they just can’t help but sing His praises. It does my heart good to see it.

Be encouraged about your prodigal today; envision them overflowing with praise before the Father as you pray this song over them…

Psalm 119:169-176

May ______’s cry come before you, O Lord; give ______ understanding according to your word. May ______’s supplication come before you; deliver him/her according to your promise. May ______’s lips overflow with praise, for you, teach him/her your decrees. May _____’s tongue sing of your word, for all your commands are righteous. May your hand be ready to help _____, for he/she has chosen your precepts. ______ longs for your salvation, O Lord, and your law is ______’s delight. Let _____ live that he/she may praise you, and may your laws sustain him/her. ______ has strayed like a lost sheep. Seek ______ your servant, for he/she has not forgotten your commandments.

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One thought on “March 11

  1. Love this Psalm today and filled the blanks in with all three of my grandchildren who all need the Lord in their lives. Deuteronomy 6:5 And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thine heart, and with all they soul, and with all thy mind.

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