Pauline wrote: “Father, save us from ourselves, help us not to judge others, but to discern the evil from the good. Help us to serve You with all our hearts, souls, minds, wills, and emotions, both in the spiritual and natural realms so that souls who need to come to know Jesus will be added to Your Kingdom, for Your eternal glory we pray, in Jesus’ Name, Amen.’
Father, we give You thanks for being our God, and we are grateful that we are not, because if it were left up to us, we would come down with the hammer and pronounce everyone guilty of trespassing before proven innocent.
Father, Your Word tells us in Psalm 103:3 that You were to keep a record of our sins, who among us would stand. Help us Father to not judge by the sight of our eyes nor by the sound of our hearing, but to do as Jesus told us to do which is to judge righteousness (John 7:24).
Father, it is written in Your Word that we too were once slaves to sin, for we obeyed that form of doctrine which enslaved us, but now, Father, in our deepest gratitude, we thank You, because we have been set free from sin and have now become slaves to righteousness.
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