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Scroll down to find a July 20 Prayer Based on Job 36:26-28

Happy July!  Are you looking for a July 20 prayer to read and reflect on? We provide a guiding Bible verse, prayer questions, and example prayer for the day below.

These all come from our July Bible Reading Plan about Living Waters, so click here for the printout so you can follow along with us!

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Bible verse for July 20

Behold, God is great, and we know him not;
    the number of his years is unsearchable.
For he draws up the drops of water;
    they distill his mist in rain,
which the skies pour down
    and drop on mankind abundantly.

Job 36:26-28, ESV

 

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Prayer Reflections for July 20

I used to be terrified of thunderstorms. Like, if it got cloudy, I wanted to hide inside. Even if the clouds were forming in the distance. It was bad.

One cloudy day, I was reading the book of Job and came across chapters 36 and 37. They are all about thunderstorms. And it completely caught me off guard. Like only God would know we would need the Bible to cover thunderstorms, #amiright?

Today’s key verses are some of my favorites. 

“Behold, God is great, and we know him not;
    the number of his years is unsearchable.
For he draws up the drops of water;
    they distill his mist in rain,
which the skies pour down
    and drop on mankind abundantly.”

Job 36:26-28, ESV

The chapter goes on, telling how God scatters His lightening (vs 30) and His voice thunders (37:2). It tells about how in control of the weather God is. And it brought comfort to my soul in a way I never dreamed possible. 

If God was in control of the wind and the rain, why was I so afraid?

If He commanded the lightning, what did I have to fear?

Yes, they are all powerful forces, but God is at the helm of each and every storm. 

I don’t know where life finds you today, but I hope you take those words to heart. And if you have a moment read Job 36:22 through the end of Job 37. I pray those verses bring you the peace they bring me.

Because God doesn’t just control the stormy weather, He controls the storms of life as well. 

July 14 Prayer 

Father God, thank You for being in control of everything. From the rain to the wind, You control it all. And You control everything that life throws my way. Help me to remember that You are at the helm of every storm. Amen.

 

July 20Resource of the Day

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  • Heather Hart

    Heather Hart is the founder of Candidly Christian and has written over two dozen books, including Talking with Jesus. Her goal isn’t to tell others how to do more, be better, or achieve perfection, it’s to point them to Jesus. After all, life is hard, but God is good. You can connect with Heather online at AuthorHeatherHart.com.

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