Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer and Reflection for 9.6.12

Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, especially to those who belong to the family of believers.

Galatians 6:10 NIV

Pray
Heavenly Father I pray for Your children, my brothers and sisters–whether they are believers or nonbelievers. I pray that both not only believe, but have total faith to follow and serve You.

I pray for all of Your children, even the ones who inflict pain, harm, and discomfort upon others. I realize that they are in pain. I pray they turn to You humbly, repent, correct their ways, and are healed.

I pray for those who would quickly discard the least of Your children just to make themselves comfortable. I pray for the elitist who have a sense of entitlement and who think that their blessings are their doing, and not Yours. I wish them no harm or ill will. I wish for their humbleness. I pray that they are healed from their ignorance and fear.

I pray that You touch the hearts of those who’ve gone cold. Warm their hearts Father. Help them to see your way.

As for me Father my prayers for myself quite simple. Help me to not give in to the darkness even when I think that I’m helping. Help me to not get sucked in to other people’s drama, insecurities, conflict, and fear.

Help me to use your message to squash the mess but not become entangled in or a product of that mess. I ask these things in Jesus’s name. I love You Father. Amen

Reflection
Pray for all people not just people like you. Help all people not just people like you. Love all people not just people like you, or just people who love you.

Embrace all as Jesus embraces all. Embrace all just as our Heavenly Father-Mother embraces all.

Help those who are blind to the truth not just visually. Help those who lack hope or dignity to be restored in their truth. Do not judge or think that you are better than others. For everything that you have and everything that you are is because of God. But you can lose everything because of your pride, ego, arrogance, and lack of humility.

I have to always remind myself of something that my man (my love, my friend, my partner) tells me, “step over mess not in it”. There are times when I forget this because I’m trying to reach out to someone and help them see the truth. But sometimes it’s best to just pray for them and walk away and allow God to take over from there and do His part to change their heart, mind, and their ways.

I pray that all of you find peace within, and joy and love to see yourself as God sees you, and to love everyone as God loves you. I love you all!

Love,

Natasha

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