From the Pastor's Desk
14 Heal me, O Lord, and I shall be healed;
Save me, and I shall be saved,
For You are my praise.
This is a prayer that Jeremiah prayed while seeking deliverance from his oppressors. But its not just a prayer it is a proclamation. It is petition and prophecy mingled together to cultivate faith for a desired result.
As you meditated on this scripture this week, use it in line with the scriptures from last week. For in it you are praying to be healed and then proclaiming your healing, you are praying to be saved and then stating that it is done. The end result being the pure form of faith that is expressed in praise.
Place yourself and your need in this prayer as you meditate upon it, for example. “Feed me Lord and I shall be filled” or perhaps “send me a job and I shall be at work”. Then seal it with a praise unto our Lord with thanksgiving and see how you Heavenly Father will move in your life.
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