Prayers for intimacy with God


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So since the last blog post, I talked a lot about the love of Jesus and how we have been called into communion with him. Just like an earthly relationship, we spend time with our loved ones because we love them and enjoy their company. This is what our relationship with God is designed to be like. We spend time with him because he loves us and we love him back. The more we know of him through the Bible, the more we love him. If you need a wake-up call on how much God loves you that he gave Jesus, take a look at the book of Numbers. You will come into a deeper understanding of the love of Jesus. God is no longer angry with you, he expended his wrath on Jesus. He is always waiting for you to run into his loving arms.

Many people have written to me to express how much they want to draw closer to God and I believe so much in prayers. I know through prayers and yielding to the leading of the Holy Spirit, we can learn to develop an intimate relationship with God.

I collaborated with a fellow lover of Christ to draw up 10 prayer points to pray for developing intimacy with God. I really hope these prayers opens you up to a different level in your relationship with God.

1. Dear Lord, you know how my end from the beginning please cause me to stay in your will.
2. Dear God, help me to keep my focus solely on you.
3. I can't run this race alone Jesus, please strengthen me.
4. I am young and feeble please guide me through every step of my journey.
5. Even as I serve you, God, please do not let me be an enemy to my self.
6. Help me oh God to understand the finished work on the cross through Jesus Christ.
7. Lord, please fill me with your spirit 
8. Dear Jesus, Help me to understand your voice distinctively.
9. I pray that the eyes of my understanding be enlightened in Jesus name.
10. Help me to love others as you have commanded in Jesus name.

Amen.

Prayer does not change God, but it changes him who prays. - Soren Kierkegaard

With all my love,
Bibi.

Comments

  1. Thank you BiBi...This has blessed me...I pray for more revelation and inspiration for you

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    1. Amen! Thank you so much. More blessings to us all.

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