Job 23:10-12

But He knows where I am going. And when He tests me, I will come out as pure as gold. For I have stayed on God’s paths; I have followed His ways and not turned aside. I have not departed from His commands, but have treasured His words more than daily food.

Good Morning Father,
Oh my goodness, Your Word is a delight to my heart and a path for my feet. You show me new and wonderful insights into Your heart every morning and I am so grateful.

To know, Abba, that You know exactly where I’m going and where I am all through the day, gives me such security. You are always right there with me, even when I don’t ‘feel’ Your presence. Thank You.

I know, Father, there are times You will test me. I have had some in the past and I know there will be more in the future. You know my heart, but You want me to know it also. You want me to know that it’s not always the warm, fuzzy feeling I have when I’m with You that matters. You want me to trust in Your Word, stand firm and not be moved.

I want to follow Your ways, I don’t want to turn aside and I want to follow Your commands. But I am weak, LORD. I need Your Spirit to sustain me. I also know that it’s Your heart’s desire, Spirit, to be with me.

So today I will rely on Your Word and Spirit to keep me going. I will treasure what I read and place it in my heart, so I can live the life You created me to live. I love You, Abba.
Amen

Published by Carol Willhoit

I am a mother of 2 and grandmother of 4. I love my Jesus and wish to share Him with anyone who would listen. My family and my LORD are the joys of my heart!

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