Daily D – Isaiah 65:24
Isaiah 65:24 “Before they call I will answer; while they are still speaking I will hear.”
God is more eager to hear and answer your prayers than you are to pray them. He is waiting with his Yes or his Greater Yes now. Let us pray.
As you begin this day and this week, what is on your heart and mind? What lies before you? What is the most important thing you see on your calendar or To-Do list?
We will meet our granddaughter. Her arrival is now scheduled by her doctor. Everything else takes a backseat to this big event.
Several important meetings are scattered throughout this week. Each of them will shape futures. Conversations will range from the future of our team’s work, to the future of similar work in Wales, to writing projects, to institutional advancement, to deepening friendships, and so much more.
How will you pray about what is ahead of you today and this week?
If you are not accustomed to praying through your To-Do list and your calendar, this is a good day to start. Don’t merely plan ahead, pray ahead.
I will pray for all I can now see and all that comes up day by day.
Our Father, thank you for leaning in toward us to hear our prayers. Thank you for answering our prayers better than we ask them. Thank you for your
Greater Yes. Thank you for your perfect timing. Thank you for teaching us how to live with purpose, meaning, and joy. Amen.
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Ezra 8:31, 32 On the twelfth day of the first month we set out from the Ahava Canal to go to Jerusalem. The hand of our God was on us, and he protected us from enemies and bandits along the way. So we arrived in Jerusalem, where we rested three days.
Esther 6:1, 2 That night the king could not sleep; so he ordered the book of the chronicles, the record of his reign, to be brought in and read to him. It was found recorded there that Mordecai had exposed Bigthana and Teresh, two of the king’s officers who guarded the doorway, who had conspired to assassinate King Xerxes.