December 18

Psalm 118:5-7 NLT

In my distress I prayed to the Lord, and the Lord answered me and set me free. The Lord is for me, so I will have no fear. What can mere people do to me? Yes, the Lord is for me; He will help me. I will look in triumph at those who hate me.

As the prodigal found himself having squandered his money, working at a job that was disgusting and longing to be back in his father’s house, he picked himself up and determined to head back home, suffering whatever consequences were to be. He was free of his old life, just by the fact that he made a move toward home.

My prayer for the prodigal is freedom; that they recognize making the first steps toward freedom is the only way to start breaking off the chains. I pray they know, without a doubt, that God is for them; and having no fear, feel Him ever beside them as they walk the path toward home.

Psalm 118:5-7 NLT

In ________’s distress he/she prayed to the Lord, and the Lord answered him/her and set him/her free. The Lord is for ________, so he/she will have no fear. What can mere people do to him/her? Yes, the Lord is for _________; He will help him/her. _________ will look in triumph at those who hate him/her .

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One thought on “December 18

  1. rMy girlfriend Suzanne, who sends me this prodigal prayer every morning. How ironic this one is this morning. Sorta it home.

    Lily

    Let’s see if we can go see that barndaminum early. I really want to get started on this asap.

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