The Touch of His Mighty Hand

by 50djohnson

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Dear Heavenly Father, into your presence we come, as we call on You today.

Christians calling out to You to guide with Your anointing as we pray.

Praying for close communion, understanding of desire for this so deep within,

Rejoicing when His desires become our desires, true joy replaces chagrin,

Leaving indelible footprints, Yours, to guide and lead the way.

Listening and following Your bidding, ever close to You we’ll stay.

Lifting our eyes toward heaven, praising You even in the night,

Knowing He’ll rescue us every time, prayer covers every plight.

For He is commanding His angels to guide, to protect us on our way,

Guarding us from stumbling over problems come what may.

He gives enough mercy daily to sustain  hopes and dreams,

Prayers to the throne for those lost in this world, so many it seems!

For when He hears us call His name, He rushes to our side,

He carries us and comforts us when we can no longer decide.

Prayer is the vehicle we ride to glory to unleash His mighty power,

His loving and healing power is all we need in  this world’s dark hour.

For prayer goes straight to the heart of God, to give us what we need.

When I pray concerning you, I trust Him to answer with speed.

He knows how much we love others, how very much we care,

For we are all His children, we are His precious heirs.

I’m praying God will intervene, our dreams will unfold,

All things will again become new, as on His face we behold.

In His presence blessings come down and rain upon our dry and thirsty land,

He’s the only one who can change our world by The Touch of His Mighty Hand !

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2 Comments to “The Touch of His Mighty Hand”

  1. Beautiful 🙂 and I do love that quote about People whose Bibles are falling apart… 🙂

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