Daily Prayer: Year 1, Day 45

From A Simple Book of Prayers

Walking in Freedom

I praise You, Lord, that You are intimately acquainted with my ways and that You always love me and have my best interests at heart.

I will not let sin reign in my mortal body that I should obey its lusts. Nor will I present the members of my body to sin, as instruments of wickedness, but I will present myself to God as one who is alive from the dead. (Romans 6:12–13)

May I put away all filthiness and the overflow of wickedness; and in meekness accept the word planted in me, which is able to save my soul. (James 1:21)

Take a moment to offer this day to the Lord, and ask Him for the grace to grow in your knowledge and love for Him.

I shall not covet my neighbor’s house, my neighbor’s wife . . . or anything that belongs to my neighbor. (Exodus 20:17; Deuteronomy 5:21)

I was called to freedom, but I will not use my freedom to indulge the flesh, but through love I will serve others. (Galatians 5:13)

Lord, I praise You. You endure forever. I thank You for the Lord Jesus, who came in Your name. I thank You for a future and a hope. May I not be covetous or indulge the flesh, but instead may I serve others in love.

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