Prayer Focus - Acknowledgement of God's Authority
Close your eyes and envision walking toward the throne of God in your present state of mind intending to speak to Him about all of your cares and concerns (physical, mental, financial, emotional, or spiritual). You are going to Him in faith, believing in His ability to help you and that He will welcome you.
How would you address Him or what names would you call Him when you stand before Him? What praise would you give? Would you bow down to Him? How would you honor Him before asking Him for anything? Then open your eyes and begin to speak those thoughts out loud to your Heavenly Father. What did you feel?
Study and then write your interpretation of these Scriptures as it would apply to you and today’s prayer focus.
Psalm 7:17 “I will praise the LORD according to his righteousness: and will sing praise to the name of the LORD most high.”
Psalm 9:2 “I will be glad and rejoice in you; I will sing the praises of your name, O Most High.”
Pray knowing that you are in the presence of majesty, power and holiness. Use words that describe the realm that you’re in. Pray exalting God, telling Him how much you appreciate your relationship with Him. Speak words that describe His love and favor on your life. Do this before continuing in your prayer to ask for what you need. Take as much time as you need to feel the aura of this holy domain God has allowed you to enter.
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There are Six Sins of the Mind that Christians have a tendecy to Make.
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Share your meal, order a half-portion, or order an appetizer as a main meal. Examples of healthier appetizers include tuna or chicken salad, minestrone soup, and tomato or corn salsas.
Take at least half of your meal home. Ask for a portion of your meal to be boxed up so you will not be tempted to eat more than you need.
Stop eating when you begin to feel full. Focus on enjoying the setting and your friends or family for the rest of the meal.
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