Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 2.6.17


2 Thessalonians 3:3


Thank You Father for today, for the blessings that You have given me, for another day of experiences and lessons, and most importantly I want to thank You for Your love. I love You Lord. 

Father, You know what I’m going through, the wave of emotions that I experience, and where and when I’m weakest. You know my heart and my intentions. 

Please warm my heart so that it never grows cold and closed. I pray that I’m receptive to others love, kindness, and respect. I pray that I always find a way to forgive, so that I don’t carry around the heavy burden of a grudge. 

Strengthen me Father. Fill me with courage, joy, peace, love, and Your Light. Help me through these unknown times. Help me when I feel weak, tired, hurt, ashamed, lonely, or frustrated. Lift me up Father. I pray to You, as a humble servant. Amen. 


Feel weak? Speak with God. 

Feel tired? Speak with God. 

Feel angry? Speak with God. 

Feel betrayed? Speak with God. 

Feel overwhelmed? Speak with God. 

Feel grateful? Speak with God. 

Excited about life? Speak with God. 

Whatever you’re going through (in life), you need to make God the top priority, as your number one advisor that you speak to first and last about all things. Turn to him for strength, comfort, courage, an extra boost of energy, and peace. 

God is our source for love, peace, joy and happiness, so stop treating your fellow humans as though they are your source. 

Our esteem and worth come from Him. Turn to Him. Speak with Him, silently or aloud. Prayer should be a conversation that doesn’t take work and effort to achieve. It should flow from you like a natural conversation with a family member or friend. It doesn’t need to be lengthy or poetic to make an impact. God hears us and our thoughts. 

Speak with Him. 

Questions of the Day

1. What would you like to add to today’s prayer and/or reflection?

2. What are your thoughts about today’s message?

3. What issues are you fighting to protect from the enemy’s attack?

4. What cares, worries, and fears are you ready to turn over to God?

5. Who would you like to pray for today?

6. Do you have a testimony that you would like to share? Please do.

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Love always,


Copyright 2013-2017. Natasha Foreman Bryant. Some Rights Reserved. All Prayers and Reflections are Copyright Protected by Natasha Foreman Bryant, unless otherwise noted. Prior posts from 2009-2013 are copyrighted under the name Natasha L. Foreman.

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