Tag: faith

Psalms 91 Protection Prayer

Psalms 91 Protection Prayer

I (we) pray for all members of congress and
of the armed forces of our nation, all of our intercessors, teachers,
pastors, friends, enemies, neighbors, doctors, dentists, all people of
Israel, everyone we go to church with, and all of Your workers.
Heavenly Father, I (we) ask You to let us dwell in the secret place of the
most High and abide under the shadow of the Almighty. I (we) ask You
to let us say that You are our Lord, our refuge, our fortress and our God
in whom we can trust. I (we) ask You to deliver us from the snare of the
fowler, and from the deadly pestilence. I (we) ask You to cover each of
us with Your feathers and let us walk under Your wings to take refuge. I
(we) ask You to let Your faithfulness and truth be our shield and armor. I
(we) ask You to let us not be afraid of the terror by night; nor for the
arrow that flieth by day; nor for the deadly pestilence that walketh in
darkness nor for the destruction that wasteth at noonday. I (we) ask You
to cause a thousand to fall at our side, and ten thousand at our right hand
and not to let any come near us. I (we) ask You to give Your angels
charge over us to keep us in all Your ways and let Your angel’s hands lift
us up, so we do not even dash our foot against a stone or be hurt in any
way. I (we) ask You to let us tread upon the lion and serpent and to let us
trample the young lion and the serpent under our feet. I (we) ask You
Heavenly Father, to answer us when we call upon You, be with us in
trouble, deliver us, honor us and satisfy us with a long life and show us
Your salvation. Heavenly Father, I (we) thank You that these things are
written in Psalms 91, that we can dwell in the secret place of the most
High, and I (we) thank You that we can abide under the shadow of our
Almighty God. I (we) thank You that we can say You are our Lord, our
refuge, our fortress and our God, whom we can trust. I (we) thank You
for delivering us from the snare of the fowler, and from the deadly
pestilence. I (we) thank You for covering each of us with Your feathers. I
(we) thank You that we can walk under Your wings and take refuge. I
(we) thank You that Your faithfulness and truth is our shield and armor. I
(we) thank You that we are not afraid for the terror by night nor for the
arrow that flieth by day; nor for the pestilence that walketh in darkness;
nor for the destruction that wasteth at noonday. I (we) thank You that a
thousand shall fall at our side, and ten thousand at our right hand and
none will come near us. I (we) thank You for giving Your angels charge
over us to keep us in all ways and that Your angel’s hands will lift us up
so we do not dash our foot against a stone. I (we) thank You that we can
tread upon the lion and serpent and trample the young lion and the
dragon under our feet. I (we) thank You that when we call upon You,
You will answer us, and be with us in trouble. Deliver us, honor us,

satisfy us with a long life and show us Your salvation. Heavenly Father, I
am (we are) thankful that our Lord Christ Jesus spoiled all principalities
and powers and made a show of them openly and triumphed over them in
Himself. I (we) claim all that victory for our lives. I (we) reject all the
insinuations, accusations, and temptations of satan. I (we) affirm that the
Word of God is true and we choose to live in obedience to You Lord
Jesus and in fellowship with You. Open our eyes and show us the areas
of our lives that do not please You. Work in us to cleanse us from all
ground that would give satan a foothold against us. We do in every way
stand in all that it means to be your adopted child and we welcome all the
ministry of Your Holy Spirit. Heavenly Father, I (we) pray that now and
through our lives, You would strengthen and enlighten us, show us the
way satan and his demonic spirits are trying to hinder, tempt, lie, and
distort the truth in our lives. Enable us to be the kind of person that will
please you. Enable us to be aggressive in prayer and faith. Enable us to
be aggressive mentally, to think about and practice Your word, and to
give You, Your rightful place in our lives. Heavenly Father, I (we) place
all of my (our) cares, all of my (our) anxieties, all of my (our) worries
and all of my (our) concerns once and for all on You, because I (we)
know that You love me (us) and watch over me (us) according to 1 Peter
5:7. Heavenly Father, I (we) pray for the peace of Jerusalem and may all
those prosper who love You. Psalms 122:6. Heavenly Father, I (we)
pray that You will establish Jerusalem and make her a praise in the earth.
Isaiah 62:7. To God be the Glory. Amen!

Tell the Truth:

Have you ever been in a situation that you know is wrong and you go along just to get along? Or am I the only one?????
In this season we are taking hold of our independence, but this independence, honesty and need to be forthright must start with ourselves.
If someone is gossiping, tell them to be quiet, or make it clear that you are not comfortable with them gossiping around you.
If you are tired of having just enough money at the end of the month, make time to sit down and create a budget.
If you have not been kind to someone, walk up to the person and apologize.
This time of acceptance is not just for everyone around you in this world, it’s for you. You must stand up for what is true in you.
You never know, the courage you express on your job, at school, on in your relationship may inspire people around you to stand in their truth as well… and where there is truth, there is freedom.
Selah.

Prayer for Blessing

Blessings:

Heavenly Father, I (we) come to You now in the Name of my
(our) Lord and Savior Christ Jesus.
Lord Jesus Christ, I (we) ask You, according to John 14:13- 14, to cover
me (us) with Your anointing, glory, and tangible Presence, give me (us) a
fresh new release and flow in my (our) inner man with rivers of living
waters springing up forth abundantly with Life abundant, fill me (us) to
over-flowing with Your favor, compassion and love, Your wisdom and
understanding. Anoint me (us) to hear Your Voice not that of a stranger,
cause me (us) to clearly discern Your Voice over that of a strange voice.
Give me (us) Your eyes to see spiritually, and a heart to understand and
be led by Your Holy Spirit, clearly, help me to be bold, confident and be
obedient, to do Your will. Fill me (us) with Your gifts, anointings, and
blessings and all else You have for me (us). Lord Jesus Christ I (we) ask
You according to John 14:13 – 14 to anoint me (us). Pour out Your
Anointing on me (us). (Apply the anointing oil to the forehead now.) I
(we) receive Your Anointing in the Name of the Father, the Son, and the
Holy Spirit. Lord Jesus Christ, I (we) ask You, according to John 14:13 –
14, to do all these things and let Your love so brightly shine through me
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(us) into others and as an act of worship to You, in Jesus’ Name, to God
be the Glory. Amen!

Do what’s right…. The first time

When you don’t do what your supposed to do there are consequences. I have decided to go back to school because there is much to learn in the field of psychology. In order to give the most accurate information, I had to go back to school!

Now, in this journey I have learned to do the right thing the first time! If an assignment is due, I have a better score when I take my time and read through the assignments before giving an answer.

I’m writing this post today because God put on my spirit that many of us choose to do the right thing at the wrong time. Our life is one big assignment… instead of taking the time to develop, research, then respond; we are giving what ever answer comes to the top of our head, hoping that in the end it’s enough to suffice.

Let today be the day you choose to give your best the first time. If you’re on a job give your all! Don’t become lazy and compliant because it’s not your dream, God has you there for a reason so be effective. If you’re in a relationship be attentive and respectful, if you’re a parent, sacrifice for your personal time for time with your child.

Take time and develop yourself so that when you present yourself to the world you give your best answer.

Selah.

Meditation Monday:

Do you know how to center yourself? We are constantly receiving information from people, social media,  employers, magazines and more that shape and mold how we see ourselves and how we experience our life. It is essential for you and me to know how to recalibrate our daily experiences and know how to get quiet in front of GOD.

This is where meditation comes in, Mediation Monday is an intentional opportunity for you to be quiet and allow God to speak to you.  Take a moment today and sit in silence. Allow Gods peace to come in and reinvent your day. Selah

Meditation Monday

Guess what…. its Monday! Here on good girl issues, I’m here to help you take control of your week. By making a few minutes to mediate, you can not only change the atmosphere, but you can change your outlook on the entire week!  In Psalms 46:10 God instructs us to be still and Know God, which means that when we choose to sit in the presence of God, with an open areas and a closed mouth, then we can attain real peace and understanding. while it is appropriate to have question and conversation with God, I challenge you to be still today. Allow God to impart His peace into your week. Selah

Meditation Monday

Do you know where your power lives?

In love… if we learn to love one another and love ourselves, we can then become people who love our jobs, our homes, and our community.  This meditation Monday tune into love. When something goes wrong in your day, ask yourself ” how can I help this situation with love?” Check out this new song from Tori Kelly, its a beautiful expression of love and worship. Selah

Michelle Williams: The strength to speak up.

Here on good girl issues we advocate mental health. A courageous woman named Michelle Williams has came forward as an spokesperson for mental health awareness. She had been battling depression for most of her life and she shares her story here.

People of God do not let mental illness separate you from the love of God! Battling an illness is not a sin nor a crime. The devil wants you to be quite but now is the time to raise your voice. Do not fight alone. Reach out to someone who can help. God loves you and desires for your life to be blessed and prosperous. Check out this champion, she has made it through and so can you! Selah

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Forgiveness Friday

Do you need examples of how to apply forgivness to various situations? Well thank goodness Psychology Today thought of some, Enjoy and let me know how your forgivness journey is going! Selah

Here’s how forgiveness can work in a range of situations where you’d have every right to be angry. It establishes a kinder mindset whether or not you decide to confront someone.

  • A good friend acts inconsiderately when she’s having a bad day.Remember, nobody’s perfect. You may want to let the incident slide. If you do mention it, don’t make this one-time slight into a big deal. Give your friend a break–forgive the lapse.
  • A coworker takes credit for your ideas. Do damage control, whether it means mentioning this situation to the coworker, your boss, or Human Resources, and don’t trust her with ideas in the future. However, try to forgive the coworker for being such a greedy, insecure, mean-spirited person that she has to stoop so low as to steal from you.
  • Your mother-in-law is needy or demanding. Keep setting kind but firm boundaries so over time you can reach palatable compromises. But also have mercy on the insecurities beneath her neediness and demands–perhaps fear of being alone, of aging, of being excluded from the family, of not being heard. This will soften your response to her.
  • You suffered childhood abuseThe healing process of recovering from abuse requires enormous compassion for yourself and is facilitated by support from other abuse survivors, family, friends, or a therapist. Still, if you feel ready to work towards forgiveness of an abuser, it necessitates seeing the brokenness and suffering that would make the person want to commit such grievous harm. You’re not excusing the behavior or returning to it, but grasping how emotionally crippled he or she is, a huge stretch of compassion, but the path to freedom.

You have voice, use it!

We have all had times where inside the Holy Spirit said “NO… Speak UP… Don’t do that …. Don’t go there” but do we listen to that voice?  This year I have learned to value the God in me. What do I mean by that? It means I am not just going to go along with things anymore just to make the people around me more comfortable. It means I will no longer hold my tongue when everything in me says “ Speak UP.” These things may sound easy for you to do, but for me, it has been a process. In the name of “protecting others feelings,” I dimmed the light God game me to shine. So now I honor the voice God gave me by using it. Selah. #SLiM