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Bible verse for January 10 Prayer
May he give you the desire of your heart and make all your plans succeed. (Psalm 20:4)
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Questions to think about/pray through for your January 10 Prayer
1. Psalm 20 is a royal psalm as it discusses kingship and is written for a king. This particular verse, especially the beginning where our Bible verse of the day is, was specifically for pre-battle. The writer of this psalm was asking for the battle to succeed and for there to be victory. We may not be in an army type of battle right now, but there may be spiritual battles that we are facing.
2. Two verses later, Psalm 20:6 says, “Now this I know: The Lord gives victory to his anointed. He answers him from his heavenly sanctuary with the victorious power of his right hand.” We know that in the end, God gives victory to all who follow Him and His word. We know the end, and that we are victorious. Think about the spiritual battle you are currently facing. What does it look like, knowing that in the end, we win with God?
January 10 Prayer
Dear Father in Heaven, On this day, we ask that you prepare us for the battle against spiritual warfare. We know that we receive victory because we are anointed (Psalm 20:6,) but be with us in the moments that we are fighting. Let us take victory in Your will and your way since your way wins! Amen.
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