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The Return / A Certain Trumpet / Day 11

Waiting on God

Precious LORD, our Creator, our Healer, our Provider, God Most High, we come before you praying for our country and waiting to see you act.

Your word says that you LORD are good to those who wait for You, to the person who seeks You.
It is good that we wait silently for the salvation and deliverance from You LORD.

Those who wait for the LORD will gain new strength; They will mount up with wings like eagles. They will run and not get tired. They will walk and not become weary.

Wait sounds like a passive term, but it is not. It means to intertwine like the chords of a rope.
O LORD, let us individually and as a nation be so intertwined with you that every thought and action are guided by You.

May each leader of our country have Your precepts so intertwined in their thoughts, that they govern us with mercy, righteousness and justice, based on Your Holy Word.

We pray your plans for America are plans to prosper us and not harm us. Plans to give us a hope and a future.

We wait expectantly for You to act.

We hope in the precious name of Jesus.

Amen

Lamentations 3:25 – 26
Isaiah 40:31
Jeremiah 29:11

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