Can I Pray for You?

A couple of years ago, I posted a video prayer to coincide with each day of my reading plan on YouVersion.

Divorce to Healing: 31 Days of Healing and Wholeness

With it being Christmas Eve 2020 and knowing that many people could use some prayer right now, I decided to compile them all into one blog post. I have posted them in order from 1-31 with the subject of each prayer.

If you need prayer or know someone who can really just use some prayer (divorce related or not), please share this post with them.

I am also considering doing some LIVE prayer, if there is enough desire for me to do that. I would go live on my Divorce to Healing Facebook page or I may do it on a YouTube channel. Let me know if that is something you would like me to do. Just leave a comment below.

Merry Christmas and be blessed!!

Day 1: “Shock”

Day 2: “Identity”

Day 3: “Blame”

Day 4: “Anger”

Day 5: “Obedience”

Day 6: “Choices”

Day 7: “Loneliness”

Day 8: “Perspective”

Day 9: “Trust”

Day 10: “Forgiveness”

Day 11: “Thankfulness”

Day 12: “Confusion”

Day 13: “Acceptance”

Day 14: “Feelings”

Day 15: “Bitterness”

Day 16: “Pain”

Day 17: “Yearning”

Day 18: “Baggage”

Day 19: “Grief”

Day 20: “Boundaries”

Day 21: “Hope”

Day 22: “Comparison”

Day 23: “Regrets”

Day 24: “Trusting”

Day 25: “Responsibility”

Day 26: “Patience”

Day 27: “Reconciliation”

Day 28: “Shame”

Day 29: “Evidence”

Day 30: “Peace”

Day 31: “Joy”

Prayer Project: Day 31 “Joy”

Day 31: “Joy”  Joy in the natural can be simple to attain and yet fast and fleeting. Joy in the spirit you don’t even need to worry about. It is always there, encouraging and calling you into a greater life. It may even bubble up in uncontrollable laughter, too.  Everybody wants and needs joy, but only the joy that comes from a healed and whole heart knowing how much they are loved by their Creator satisfies.

Resource list:

Divorce to Healing: 31 Days of Healing and Wholeness Reading Plan

Divorce to Healing: Survive and Thrive Reading Plan

Divorce to Healing Blog

Divorce to Healing: 31 Days of Healing and Wholeness Book

Divorce to Healing: Day 31

Joy

Joy

 

You may seriously question if you will ever have any real joy again. The answer is a resounding and whole-hearted YES!! Now, depending on your faithfulness to the healing process that God has for you, your joy may be great or small.

There are many kinds of joy from a child’s face or a playful puppy to a warm salty breeze to complete peace deep down in your soul. There is also an everlasting joy that only comes from knowing who’s you are, not just who you are.

Don’t settle for only joy in the company of others like the joy that you can manufacture by flying to a resort or finding your new mate. Strive for that joy that causes you to sleep well at night and look forward to what tomorrow brings.

Joy in the natural can be simple to attain and yet fast and fleeting. Joy in the spirit you don’t even need to worry about. It is always there, encouraging and calling you into a greater life. It may even bubble up in uncontrollable laughter, too.

Look towards those things and people that make you joyful, not just happy or comfortable. There are those that when you leave spending time with them, you feel enriched in your soul and that is a joy builder.

I can explain it to you this way: if you have to think about creating joy, you are not there yet. It will come as you let God fill up that well of joy that has run dry in you.

For His anger is but for a moment, His favor is for a lifetime; weeping may last for the night,
But a shout of joy comes in the morning. Ps 30:5

Everybody wants and needs joy, but only the joy that comes from a healed and whole heart knowing how much they are loved by their Creator satisfies.

Prayer

God, may I feel the joy you have for me every day. Fill me with your love and peace so that your joy just rises up in my soul and heals, in Jesus’ name. Amen.

 

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