Psalm 51:12 (TPT) David’s Consecration Let my passion for life be restored, tasting joy in every breakthrough you bring to me. Hold me close to you with a willing spirit that obeys whatever you say. King David suffered greatly for his affair with Bathsheba and the murder of her husband, Uriah. God allowed David to face the painful consequences of his sin. Like David, sometimes we may have to face the painful consequences of our sin, too. The love of God allows these experiences, so we will run from sin the next time. And, only God can heal our self-inflicting wounds. Getting our hearts
The Word of God is beneficial to knowing God’s will for our lives.
According to the Apostle Paul, “All Scripture is inspired by God and is useful to teach us what is true and to make us realize what is wrong in our lives. It corrects us when we are wrong and teaches us to do what is right. “(2 Timothy 3:16 NLT)
So, let’s spend time in the Word everyday.
Psalm 61:1-4 (TPT) A Psalm of Prayer by King David1O God, hear my prayer. Listen to my heart’s cry.2For no matter where I am, even when I’m far from home,I will cry out to you for a father’s help.When I’m feeble and overwhelmed by life,guide me into your glory, where
Hebrews 13:20-21 (TPT)20 Now may the God who brought us peace by raising from the dead our Lord Jesus Christ so that he would be the Great Shepherd of his flock; and by the power of the blood of the eternal covenant 21 may he work perfection into every part
Acts 17:22-28 Paul Speaks to the Leaders of Athens22 So Paul stood in the middle of the leadership council and said, “Respected leaders of Athens, it is clear to me how extravagant you are in your worship of idols. 23 For as I walked through your city, I was captivated
Colossians 1:15-23 Made Holy through Christ21–22 Even though you were once distant from him, living in the shadows of your evil thoughts and actions, he reconnected you back to himself. He released his supernatural peace to you through the sacrifice of his own body as the sin-payment on your behalf so
Luke 7:31-34 (TPT)31 Jesus continued, saying, “How could I describe the people of this generation? Can’t you see? 32 You’re like children playing games on the playground, complaining to friends, ‘You don’t like it when we want to play Wedding. And you don’t like it when we want to play Funeral. Why
Psalm 142: 1-4 (Voice) Prayer of David1 I call out loudly to the Eternal One; I lift my voice to the Eternal begging for His favor.2 I let everything that’s going wrong spill out of my mouth; I spell out all my troubles to Him.3 When my spirit buckled under the burdens I bear, You knew