Monday, April 5, 2021

My Monday Prayer: Prayer of Comfort

Our Monday postings are presently focused on prayer. Not teachings or meditations on prayer, but actual prayers based upon God’s Word. We encourage you to pray each prayer by faith for your own life, and for the life of a loved one or friend...It could be just the prayer they need this coming could be just the prayer WE need. 

-Marina and Roy

My Monday Prayer: Prayer of Comfort
Roy Lessin, Meeting in the Meadow

Through the tears, Oh God, I bring my hurting heart to You. I cry out with all that is within me, to You, the One who is my comfort and my Comforter. You know my weeping, You see my sorrow, You hear my cry. My tears drop upon the pages of Your book that hold the promises of hope and comfort that You have written for me to lean upon. Thank You that You have drawn close to me to gather my tears and keep them in Your bottle; to assure me that you will not forget about me or be indifferent to what I am going through.

Jesus, You wept, You are acquainted with grief, You were wounded, You were rejected, You were a man of sorrows. As my High-Priest, You have born my burdens, You have carried my sorrows, You have compassion upon me. Thank You for praying for me with an understanding, all-encompassing, never-failing love.

Holy Spirit, thank You that you have come…sent by Jesus, to me, for me, as my Helper and Comforter. I receive Your ministry of love, tenderness, and mercy. Draw me close to the healing heart of Jesus, to the embracing arms of the Father.

Lord, how great, how good, how compassionate You are. Thank You for Your promise to wipe away all tears from my face. Thank You for being my true Comforter, the One who renews, refreshes…the One who restores and keeps my soul.

Scriptures: Psalm 23, 56:8, 116:8, 126; Isaiah 25:8; John 14:26-27; John 16:7; 2 Corinthians 1:3-6; Hebrews 5:7, 7:26

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