• Gary Wisdom

December 15, 2020 - Daily Devotional

Jude 20 (TPT): But you, my delightfully loved friends, constantly and progressively build yourselves up on the foundation of your most holy faith by praying every moment in the Spirit.

Greetings,

Tuesday is here. I hope you had a great Monday. Let's do this new day and see what our Lord has for us today. I am thinking about prayer today. How is your prayer life? How do you see prayer?


Read today's scripture with me...., "But you, my delightfully loved friends, constantly and progressively build yourselves up on the foundation of your most holy faith." May we always build ourselves up, and those around us, on our most holy faith. What is our faith? Our Faith is Jesus. Always build upon Christ. Read on….., "by praying every moment in the Spirit." This does not mean that we are to stay on our knees 24/7 nor that we are to yell at God, which sometimes comes out more like giving Him His instructions rather than communing with Him. We are to commune with God always. Christ lives in us through the Holy Spirit. So, we are continually communing with Him (a form of prayer). One form of prayer is not better than another, but some are not based on our assurance that Jesus is in us and we are in Him, and we are all in the Father (John 14: 20). Once we accept this truth, we will realize that we are always communing with God in the way we live our lives. Think about it.

Take a moment to meditate. Place your hands over your heart…..Breathe in…..Commune With Me Jesus……Breathe out…..relax……Breathe in …..I Feel Your Presence Holy Spirit……Breathe out……thank You Father

Tuesday here we are communing with You in the Spirit…….Breathe in…..Breathe out.


Let's pray……, "Father, help us to BE aware of You at all times. Help us to commune with and in You. Bless this day. Protect us and our families. We come to You in the name of Jesus." All together, say, "Amen."


Pray for one another.....

In Jesus,

Rannie Childress

Senior Pastor

Trinitarian Grace International




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