I first had 2 Chronicles 7:14 stuck in my head back in April, but it’s been one of the verses that have steered my prayers this year (Micah 6:8 has been the other, in case you were wondering).
This heartbreaking year has forced me to my knees and caused me to pray for the people of my nation like never before—and for that, I am incredibly grateful. This year has really taught me about the beauty of repentance in my own life.
Let’s examine our hearts, repent, and intercede for our nation today!
Have you had a verse stuck in your head this year?
How has this year impacted your faith? Your prayer life?
While we remember all the good from 2020, I’m also looking ahead to 2021. I want to take God at his word next year. Join me in strategically and prayerfully planning our Mission-Driven 2021!
Do you ever get a song stuck in your head that just lingers there for days? This happens to me constantly and, because of the way my brain works, I will often have two very different songs stuck in my head at the same time. It’s an interesting quirk about our minds, but does this ever happen to you with the Bible?
For the past month or so, there’s been one verse, in particular, that keeps springing to my mind. Every time I sit down to pray or am just chatting with a friend about the pandemic, a verse pops into my head. And, honestly, I didn’t know where it was found until I had to look it up to write this post. I know the verse and can quote it from memory, but I had no idea about the surrounding context.
“if my people, who are called by my…
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