March Thirtieth ~ God’s Daily Minute
“He forgetteth not the cry of the humble.” – Ps. 9:12 ~
OUR Heavenly Father, we thank Thee for the watch care that was over us while we slept, and that Thou hast brought us in health and strength to see the light of this new day. But we need Thee more in the daylight than we do at midnight. Open our eyes to the opportunities and privileges of this day. As a servant would come to this master in the early morning to receive directions for the day, so we come to Thee, seeking divine guidance. Strengthen our bodies, clear our heads and warm our hearts, that we may live this day in accordance with Thy Holy Will, and that we may do nothing displeasing in Thy sight. Bless us in our home life, that by precept and example we may lead our children in the good and right way, and help us to make the atmosphere of our households so much like Heaven that it will be the natural thing for them to grow up in the “nurture and admonition of the Lord.” Go with us into the larger and outer circles of life’s relationships, and everywhere enable us to help and not to hinder. Bless with us all those who cry to Thee for help, and hasten the day when all mankind will join in crowning Christ “Lord of all.” We offer our thanksgivings and render our petitions in the Name of Jesus. Amen.
By: Forney Hutchinson, D.D., Little Rock, Arkansas
Credit: “God’s Minute: A Book of 365 Daily Prayers Sixty Seconds Long for Home Worship”
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