SERIES:  Frequent Prayers:  Liberated

[Usual disclaimer for this Series:  when it comes to prayer, it’s not about the words, not about one’s mouth but rather one’s heart.  I.e., God’s not interested in verbal regurgitations… but if one truly believes and lives by the words uttered, having several quick prayers I can say to the Lord in a matter of seconds throughout the day is VERY VALUABLE for us and pleasing to Him since (a) it’s genuine, from the heart (“man looks at the outward appearance, but God looks at the heart” 1 Samuel 16:7) and (b) it keeps one’s mind, one’s eyes, one’s focus on the Lord all day (“fixing our eyes on Jesus” Hebrews 12:2]


Thank You for liberating me, Lord.  From the penalty of sin (past), the power of sin (present), and one day even the very presence of sin (future).  Thank You, thank You, thank You for Christian liberty – the freedom not to sin but to submit and obey.  The freedom not for the practice of rebellion but of righteousness.  The freedom not to first focus on my own interests but Yours and then other people’s.  Thank You, Lord, for liberty.

  • “Now the Lord is the Spirit; and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.” (2 Corinthians 3:17)



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