Always More

A prayer celebrating God’s ability to do more than we could ever dream.

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20 Now to Him Who, by (in consequence of) the [action of His] power that is at work within us, is able to [carry out His purpose and] do superabundantly, far over and above all that we [dare] ask or think [infinitely beyond our highest prayers, desires, thoughts, hopes, or dreams]—  21 To Him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations forever and ever. Amen (so be it).  Ephesians 3:20-21 AMPC

Father God I thank You that You are always more.  More than I could ever need or want.  More than any situation of my life could require.  More than I could ever deserve.  Thank You that in You, I stand in a place of abundance.  Life in You, Lord, means life in super abundance.  You are always at work for my benefit, even when I can’t see it.  Thank You for Your power at work in me.  By Your Holy Spirit, I’m able to do so much more than I could in my own strength.  Help me to remember that I am only weak and inadequate when leaning on my own ability.  In my weakness, Your strength comes to the fore.  You are able to do through me, so much more than I could ever dream.  By Your power, Lord, I am more than equipped, more than able to face life’s challenges.

I’m grateful today that Your plans will always exceed my ability to dream.  Your heart of good towards me will always go beyond my heart’s ability to hope.  The things You have in store for me will always transcend my mind’s capacity for imagination.

The plans You have for me are my idea of awesome times a gazillion.

I pray today, Lord that You would increase my faith in You.  May hope rise within my heart until it produces joy.   Joy that comes before I see the manifestation of Your goodness.  Joy based simply on Your Word.  On who You are.

Thank You that Your goodness and mercy will always supersede even what I dare to ask of You.  Your goodness will always one-up my petitions.  Give me a heart that dares to make requests of my loving Father.  A heart that dares to hope.  A mind that dares to dream and imagine.  As I hope, may my hope always be in You.  As I dream and imagine, may I always be aware of and grateful for Your goodness surrounding me in my present circumstance.  Even as I think of the future, may my thoughts never stray from the many blessings You give me each day.  May joyful gratitude and expectant hope be my heart’s posture today.  In Jesus’ name, Amen.


Love & Blessings,

Less Trodden


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