I am joining in with writers from around the blogosphere for the Write 31 Days challenge. We are linking up together to write on one subject for each of October’s 31 days. I have chosen to write on one of my lifelines–prayer. Each day in October, I will post a prayer that I hope you will join with me in saying, so that our voices collectively can call out to our God who is always listening.
What better way to start than with a prayer for the challenge and all those participating. Here we go:
As we begin this journey, we dedicate our words to you.
We seek to be scribes for your glory.
Make us vessels that paint your promises with story and love.
May your heart be transcribed by our hands and flow through us to help, heal, and honor.
Speak to us as we write so that we may speak truth to others.
For your kingdom, your power, and your glory forever.
In Jesus name we ask these things,
DAY 2: Prayers for Roseburg
DAY 3: For Those About to Leap
DAY 4: Prayer for the Local Church
DAY 5: The Monday Prayer
DAY 6: They’re Off to School
DAY 7: Praying to Breathe
DAY 8: Prayers for the New Baby
DAY 9: Prayer for the Tech Addict
DAY 10: Prayers for Choosing the Way
DAY 11: Prayers for Justice
DAY 13: Praying Dreams
DAY 14: Prayers for the Hungry
DAY 15: Prayers for the Lonely
DAY 16: The Vulnerability Prayer
DAY 17: Praying for the Family of God
DAY 18: Prayer for the Anxious
DAY 19: Prayers for the Depressed
DAY 20: Prayers for the Angry
DAY 21: Prayer for Coffee
DAY 22: Prayer for the Newlyweds
DAY 23: Prayer for Retreat
DAY 24: Prayers for Teachers
DAY 25: Prayers for the Addicted
DAY 27: Prayer for the Pastor’s Wife
DAY 28: A Prayer for Victory
DAY 30: Praying for the Calm
DAY 31: Prayer for Finishing Well