Loving Father, it is staggering to try to realise that God Himself took on mortal flesh so that He could come and pay the price for my sin, so that I could be forgiven. It is indeed a thing of eternal wonderment that God should clothe Himself in human flesh to become the only possible sacrifice for sin... it is a thing of everlasting thanksgiving - that Christ broke His body and spilt His life-blood - so that by believing on His name, I might have life everlasting, for which I praise Your name for ever and ever, AMEN.
Heavenly Father, thank You for the beautiful example of Christ's sacrificial service. May we reflect His goodness, His greatness - His humility and His grace as we seek to live our lives in service to others- to His praise and glory.. in Jesus name I pray, AMEN.
Loving Father, guard me and guide in life and keep me from the assails of the evil one, but when the attacks of Satan do come, I just want to say Lord, that I trust my life into Your hands, knowing that You will work all things together for my eternal benefit and to the glory of Your name, in Jesus name I pray, AMEN.
Loving Father, thank You for the Lord Jesus Christ, Who is my heavenly intercessor. I pray that in all the trials of life, I may come out as pure gold – not having confidence in myself, but in Him Who died for me, in Whose name I pray, AMEN.
Heavenly Father I pray that I may maintain a close and intimate fellowship with You so that I may be ready and willing to pray not My will, but Yours, be done. in Jesus name, AMEN.
Heavenly Father, how I praise and thank You for sending Jesus to earth as the sacrifice for sin. Thank You that He was willing to suffer at the hands of evil men and to die on the cross, so that by grace through faith in His sacrificial offering, I might believe on His name and be saved From Satan and sin - death and hell. I pray that the hypocritical works of darkness that were exposed during Christ's first coming and continue today might be exposed just as Jesus revealed the hypocrisy and lies of those that came to arrest Him in the garden of Gethsemane.