Daily D – Hebrews 13:18
Pray for us, for our conscience is clear and we want to live honorably in everything we do. HEBREWS 13:18 (NLT)
Pray for us. We have no doubts about what we are doing or why, but it’s hard going and we need your prayers. All we care about is living well before God.
Here’s a prayer to pray. Ask God to empower you to live with a clear conscience and honorable activity in all things at all times.
The author of this text, in current leadership language, knew his Why? Knowing his Why led him into his What, How, and When. The most productive and effective living he had ever done came after he discovered his Why.
Everyone asks Why at one time or another, or repeatedly. Few stop to listen long enough to get an answer. Many people are afraid of the answer. Others simply reject the answer and look for an alternative Why.
What’s your Why? Why are you here? Why are you still here?
Until I die, or until Jesus comes, I want to live with a clear conscience. I want to honor God and serve others in all I do. Life is so much simpler when live focused lives with ever-shorter lists of problems to unwind.
Pray for me that I will live with a clear conscience. Pray that I will honor God and serve others always. I will pray the same for you.
I will keep my conscience clear and my agenda filled with God-honoring service.
Our Father, empower us to live life without regret. Empower us to do the right thing the right way at the right time for the right reason. Empower us to quickly make amends when we fail. Empower us to know and experience you and to help others do the same. Amen.
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Psalm 123:1, 2 I lift my eyes to you, the one enthroned in heaven. Like a servant’s eyes on his master’s hand, like a servant girl’s eyes on her mistress’s hand, so our eyes are on the LORD our God until he shows us favor. (CSB)
2 Samuel 5:3, 4 So all the elders of Israel came to the king at Hebron. King David made a covenant with them at Hebron in the LORD’s presence, and they anointed David king over Israel. David was thirty, years old when he began his reign; he reigned for forty years. (CSB)