Prayer for Job 3

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Praying through Job 3:1

Heavenly Father, thank You for the book of Job which gives such amazing insight into the spiritual battle that continues to rage in the heavenlies. Keep me from temptation, deliver me from the wiles of the devil, and help to stand fast in the faith, no matter what difficulties I may have to face. I pray that I would always maintain my own integrity in my God and Saviour, but keep me from any religiosity and legalism, and prevent me from being opinionated about the difficulties that others may be facing. Give me discernment to know how to help and encourage my brothers and sisters in Christ and may I do all for Your glory. In Jesus' name I pray, AMEN.

“After this opened Job his mouth, and cursed his day.”
(Job 3:1)
Source: Verse of the day for Job 3:1

Praying through Job 3:17

Heavenly Father, I am amazed at the wonderful way that Job refused to deny You, even when he was beset by the most terrible circumstances any man could have to face. Thank You that You know the end from the beginning and through Job’s distress, You brought him to a deeper knowledge and an exquisite understanding of Who You are. Forgive the times I have said things without thinking. Thank You that you ignore those times when I too have been foolish enough to regret my life or wish it away because I am in the midst of great difficulty, or depressed by the circumstances of life. Help me to keep the eyes of my heart on Jesus, and keep me trusting You in every eventuality of life. I know that You are dealing with me with eternity in view, just as You were with Your servant Job. Thank You, in Jesus' name, AMEN.

“There the wicked cease from troubling; and there the weary be at rest.”
(Job 3:17)
Source: Verse of the day for Job 3:17

Praying through Job 3:25

Heavenly Father, thank You for showing me that the good things that happen to me are not because of MY goodness but because of YOUR grace. Help me to remember that the difficult things I may have to endure, are not always an indication of sin but can be attributed to Satan - the accuser of my soul. Thank You that IN CHRIST there is nothing of which I can be accused, because Christ is my Mediator, Whose shed blood cleanses me from ALL sin, past, present, and future.  Thank You, that I am clothed forever in His righteousness and that Your grace is open to the sinner, and saved alike. I pray that many who are deceived by satanic lies will be set free, and come to saving faith in Christ Jesus my Lord, in Whose name I pray, AMEN.

“For the thing which I greatly feared is come upon me, and that which I was afraid of is come unto me.”
(Job 3:25)
Source: Verse of the day for Job 3:25