Ephesians 2:10-13

Please take a moment to pray these scriptures over someone today.  You may want to READ or LISTEN to the chapter before you begin.

2:10   May ______ know that he/she is Your workmanship, God, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which You have prepared in advance for ______ to do.

2:12   May ______ know and understand that at one time he/she was separate from You, Jesus. He/she was excluded from citizenship in Israel and was a foreigner to the covenants of the promise. Remind ______ that he/she was without hope, and without You, God, in the world.

2:13   And may ______ thank You, Jesus, that in You, though ______ was once far away, he/she has been brought near through Your blood!

QUESTION: What emotions are stirred in you as you think about how you were once without hope, without God, and excluded from His covenants? Praise him today for bringing you near through Jesus!

YOUR STORY of the week:  Chelsea says, “I look forward to the emails each day. I love seeing how the Word is alive and how certain verses show up at just the right time! For my sister’s baby shower, I gave her a prayer journal that I had started with several prayers with her son’s name written in, one that she can keep adding to as he gets older. After the baby was born, I stayed with my sister the first few nights in the hospital. Once when he was crying and couldn’t be calmed, my sister pulled out his journal that she had packed in her hospital bag. She started reading and praying for him by name, and after just a few words, he began to calm down.”  What’s YOUR story to share? Let us know how you are using the prayers or how you are sharing them with others! Has God answered a prayer of yours? Email us with YOUR story! 

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