Create A Prayer Habit

We know the importance and value of prayer. As James 5:16 (NIRV) says:  The prayer of a godly person is powerful. Things happen because of it.

Sometimes, though, we need a little help to find a routine and pray consistently — to make prayer a habit. I want to help you get intentional in your prayer life.

Each day I will provide you with an opportunity to practice prayer — to help you pray naturally. These will be simple, biblically-based prayer prompts with fill-in-the-blanks that you can personalize for yourself and your life.

Here is today’s prayer prompt:

Who could ever wrap their minds around the riches of God, the depth of his wisdom, and the marvel of his perfect knowledge? Who could ever explain the wonder of his decisions or search out the mysterious way he carries out his plans? Romans 11:33 TPT

God of Wisdom

Start with:
God, I praise you because you are rich and full of wisdom and knowledge. Even if I fail to completely understand you, I want to fully praise you. You are the wise God.

Think about the day ahead. Ask God to meet your needs. 
My God, I need your wisdom particularly in the decision I have to make about _________________________________.

Pray for one person who needs to turn to God for wisdom.
Today I pray for: _________________________________.

Thank God for one area in your life where he has given you understanding and wisdom. Show your gratitude to God. 
Heavenly Father, thank you for _________________________________.

As you go into your day, or if this is the end of your day, think about an area or relationship where you need good sense and good judgment. 
God, I need to have good judgment regarding _____________________, Give me wisdom to _________________________________.

Finish with these words:
I pray to you, God, because you will help me. Listen and answer my prayer! Psalm 17:6 CEV

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