Daily D – Psalm 115:14-15

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Psalm 115:14, 15  May the Lord richly bless both you and your children. May you be blessed by the Lord, who made heaven and earth. (NLT)

What is the most important thing you want God to do for you today? 

What would help others see how God good is by what he does in answer to your prayers?

What could he do that would provide you with stories about his unfailing love and faithfulness to tell for as long as you live?

This, then, is how you should pray. 

I will seek God’s highest and best today for me and my house as well as for you and yours.

Our Father, like Abraham of old, bless us that we may bless others. Enrich our walk with you so that your goodness overflows to everyone we meet. As we seek your highest and best for ourselves, keep us focused beyond ourselves to those around us who likewise need to know and experience you in an ever-deeper relationship. Amen. 


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