Day 15 of 52 Day Prayer Journey

Day 15 of 52 (September 20, 2021)

Over the last couple of weeks I have been overwhelmed with how much I need the Lord’s hand on my life. In every area I seek to serve Him I am desperately dependent upon His strength, His power, and His blessing! May we all live this Monday with an understanding of how desperately we need God to move in our lives, but also a great confidence He is going to move for our good and His glory!

As we continue to read through the book of Nehemiah think about the obstacles and trials, we face each day. Life is difficult but we see a really good pattern in Chapter 4 of how to deal with our trials. Nehemiah and the workers faced discouragement, but their response was to pray and then to act.

We present our prayers to the Lord trusting Him with every issue and then we walk in obedience to what He has shown us to do.

Next Steps:

  • If you have not joined us already in our prayer journey, what matters enough to you to petition the Lord over the next 5 plus weeks to see Him move?
  • What steps would the Lord have you take in obedience today? Is your time with Him consistent? Is there a co-worker or friend He would have you share the hope of the Gospel with?
  • Continue reading and studying with us in the book of Nehemiah as we take this journey together.

If you have questions you want to ask, prayer requests, or testimony you want to share I would love to hear it. You can email me at tommy.k@elbchurch.org or text/call at 337 424 8407

Keep praying! Keep Praising!


Pastor Tommy

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