Here is a powerful January 26 prayer to read and reflect on now, or save for later.
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Bible verse for January 26 Prayer
May mercy, peace, and love be multiplied to you. (Jude 1:2)
Questions for your January 26 Prayer
1. Love multiplies. Let’s say someone pays for the person behind them in the drive-thru and starts a pay-it-forward train. It sounds simple- each person simply pays for the person behind them, and they see how long this can go on. But what if it’s more than that? If there is a “train” of over 20 people that find out someone paid for them, which lightens their mood, what are those people like once they get out of the drive-thru and go on with their day? Are they happier? Do they spread more random acts of kindness? The truth is, we will never know how much one act of love multiplies until we get to heaven. How does this change your perspective of random acts of kindness and ways to show godly love?
2. Where do you feel the following the most: mercy, peace, love? Where do you feel them the least? What parts can you find that mercy, peace, and love could be multiplied to affect others?
January 26 Prayer
Dear God, help me to be the one that multiples mercy, peace, and love. As God multiplies it in my life, help me carry it on and multiply it in other lives as well, Amen.
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