18:1 May ______ say of You, “I love you, O Lord, my strength.”
18:2 Lord, I pray that You would be ______’s rock, fortress, and deliverer. May ______ know that You are his/her rock. May ______ take refuge in You. Be ______’s shield and the horn of his/her salvation, ______’s stronghold.
18:3 May ______ call to You, Lord, who are worthy of praise, and know that You (are able to) save ______ from his/her enemies.
18:6 May ______ call to You, Lord, in his/her distress. May ______ cry to You, God, for help and know that You hear his/her voice, and that his/her cry comes before You into Your ears.
18:18 Lord, be ______’s support.
QUESTION: How have you seen the Lord be your strength, fortress, or deliverer? Leave us a comment!
YOUR STORY of the week: “I want my children to know and hear what I am praying over them. In the mornings, we read the daily verses together over breakfast. When we are in the car, I pray the verses out loud specifically over each child, one at a time, speaking it over them as we are driving. Sometimes I have my 9-year-old son read the verses out loud and have him pray them over himself, or sometimes over his sister who is also in the car. I want them to hear the bold prayers that are being prayed over them each day.” -Amy
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