Day 25: Original 50 Days of Pray Revisited

Thoughts on Day 25: Lately I have been understanding more of the role of the Holy Spirit in my life. He is my advocate who is by my side guiding me along my path, helping me make the right choices, letting me know when I make the wrong ones. To trust his guidance and correction isn’t natural, our sinful nature wants to be in control of everything. To submit to him will not only change your life it will empower you to do amazing things.


God saw what was going on with Israel. God understood. (Exodus 2:25 MSG)

God is invested in your life. Do not think for one second that God doesn’t care what is happening to you. With millions of people all over the world calling out to God it is easy to think that God is too busy for you. You would be wrong.

God understands exactly what we need to make it in this world. He is always there providing us with ways to improve our lives, we just need to listen to them.

I sometimes relate free will to a choose your own adventure book, you can be given a couple choices and what you choose will affect the rest of your story. I challenge you when you come to one of those choices to ask the author of your life which page to turn to. I wish like in the books you could flip ahead and find which one was the best choice, but we don’t get that option in life, so praying is the options we must choose.

Think what your going through isn’t something God has already seen? Probably not, He understands you. He knows, cares and loves.

Dear Jesus, help me to come to you with my life choices, I know that You understand what is going on in my life. I need some advice and I don’t think the choice I would make is the right one. I wanted to go down the path You have set out for me, help me get there. Amen

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