5 days of inspirational prayers - prayer challenge - pray for strength

Take the challenge to pray these Scripture-based inspirational prayers for five days.

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start?

How about 5 days of Inspirational Prayers?

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It’s 5 days of Inspirational Prayers that will lead you to:

Focus your eyes

“let us run with endurance
the race that is set before us,
fixing our eyes on Jesus,
the author and perfecter of faith”

(Heb. 12:1b-2a)

Guard your heart

“And the peace of God,
which surpasses all comprehension,
will guard your hearts
and your minds in Christ Jesus.”

(Phil. 4:7)

Enlighten your hope

“I pray that the eyes of your heart
may be enlightened,
so that you will know
what is the hope of His calling …”

(Eph. 1:18)


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This PRAYER CHALLENGE
could reset the tone
for your week,
your month,
and your 2017

in a way that changes everything.

Begin with prayer
and the Word.

Everything else follows.




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Go forward with:

Clear eyes. | Clean heart. | Clarified hope.

“But as for me, I will watch expectantly for the Lord;
I will wait for the God of my salvation.
My God will hear me.”

(Micah 7:7)

“To be a Christian without prayer
is no more possible
than to be alive without breathing.”

– Martin Luther

“Our prayers may be awkward.
Our attempts may be feeble.
But since the power of prayer is in the one who hears it
and not in the one who says it,
our prayers do make a difference.”

– Max Lucado

“There are parts of our calling,
works of the Holy Spirit,
and defeats of the darkness
that will come no other way than
through furious, fervent, faith-filled, unceasing prayer.”

– Beth Moore

“Prayer should be the key of the day
and the lock of the night.”

– George Herbert

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Unless otherwise marked, Scripture quotations are taken from the NASB.