Light My Path

Good morning! Don’t spend your day stumbling in the dark. Spend some time with the Lord, open up your Bible and let the word of God guide your feet and light your path. Enjoy your day!

105 Your word is a lamp to guide my feet
    and a light for my path.
106 I’ve promised it once, and I’ll promise it again:
    I will obey your righteous regulations.
107 I have suffered much, O Lord;
    restore my life again as you promised.
108 Lord, accept my offering of praise,
    and teach me your regulations.
109 My life constantly hangs in the balance,
    but I will not stop obeying your instructions.
110 The wicked have set their traps for me,
    but I will not turn from your commandments.
111 Your laws are my treasure;
    they are my heart’s delight.
112 I am determined to keep your decrees
    to the very end.” Psalm 119:105-112 NLT

Will you let the Lord light your path today? Will you be obedient to follow the lighted path?

Father God, your ways are perfect. Your thoughts about us are unending. You love us unconditionally and with an unfailing love. You are our rock and shield. Lord, we thank you for who you are. Lord, as we continue to seek you, open our eyes for us to see you actively at work in our lives and in the lives of others. Lord, guide our steps and illuminate our path so that we will make decisions that are aligned with your will. Remind us to seek your wise counsel first in all areas of our life. Lord, help us to be a light to others and help them to understand where our light comes from. Lord imprint your word in our hearts so that your love and wise counsel will flow from our mouths. Lord, heal and change us so that we will be more effective for kingdom work. Equip us to share the gospel, to feed the hungry, help those in need and pray for the lost. In Jesus name, amen.

Keep seeking! Keep trusting! Keep praying!

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