Thursday, May 14, 2020

A Refreshing Evening Prayer

I wrote a morning prayer a couple of years ago that continues to bless others. A reader recently asked if there's an evening prayer, so here it is.

Dear Lord, for as long as I can remember a day is only 24 hours, but this one felt longer than that. Weariness sets in and we wonder where you are, but I know that you hear me even before I choose to pray. My burdens are no secret. You hear the breath you put in my bones even when it’s shallow. I thank you that I’m known by you.

At the end of this day, I’m reassured that I can come boldly to your throne to find grace in my time of need (Hebrews 4:16). I can pray with assurance to you because you are a faithful God, regardless of the day I’ve had. At the end of this day Lord, I come to you knowing that you will hear and comfort me.

I know that in peace I will both lie down and sleep, for you alone, O Lord, make me dwell in safety (Psalms 4:7-8). You are still God in the middle of mysterious things. The days transition by your power—you are the author of my life even when I’m not awake. Thank you for using these moments to remind me of your sovereignty.

Read the rest over at ibelieve then feel free to comment down below. I'm so blessed to be able to share these prayers with you.



--Nylse

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4 comments:

  1. Hi! I just discovered you through your recent post on iBelieve.com and reblogged it for my friends. Signing up for more fabulous emails. Thank you so very much for all you do and sharing your love with the world!

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  2. Yes. We can trust in the Lord to keep us throughout the day, at the end of day and also during sleep at night.

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  3. I some how came across your morning prayer, I believe. The prayer is so encouraging. I love how you are using you gift to encourage. Keep at it. Btw...I shared your morning prayer via an email with mu wife, daughters and a sister.

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  4. Thank you for your prayers.
    I need them.

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