Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Imparting God's Word Into Ilah

Let Ilah dwell in the shelter of the Most High and rest in the shadow of the Almighty. Be her refuge, her fortress, her covering, her shield. Do not let her fear the terror of the night, nor any type of plague or sickness. Do not let any harm or disaster come near Ilah. Command your angels to guard her in all her ways. When she calls on you, answer her. Be with her in trouble; deliver her and honor her. Satisfy her with long life and show her your salvation {Psalm 91}.

I pray that Ilah would put her trust in you and never be shaken {Psalms 125:1}

Let Ilah keep your words and store up your commandments. Cause her to guard your teachings as the apple of her eye, and let them be written on the tablets of her heart {Proverbs 7:2-3}.

Show Ilah that your way is perfect and your word is flawless. Be her shield as she takes refuge in you {2 Samuel 22:31}.

Let Ilah use her gift to serve others, faithfully administering your grace in its various forms, so that in all things you will be praised and receive glory {1 Peter 4:10-11}.

I pray that Ilah would always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks her to give the reason for the hope that she has, and cause her to speak with gentleness and respect {1 Peter 3:15}.

Fill Ilah with the knowledge of your will through all spiritual wisdom and understanding, so that she may live a life worthy of you and may please you in every way: bearing fruit in every good work and growing in the knowledge of you, Lord {Colossians 1:9-10}.

Do not let Ilah look at the things man looks at, but let her see the world through your eyes and respond to it with your wisdom and your love {1 Samuel 16:7}.

Let Ilah trust you with all of her heart. Don't let her rely on her own understanding, but cause her to acknowledge you in all her ways, and make her paths straight {Proverbs 3:5-6}.

Give Ilah a discerning heart so that she can distinguish between right and wrong {1 Kings 3:9, 12}.

Don't let Ilah become weary in doing good. Let her know that at the proper time she will reap a harvest if she does not give up {Galations 6:9}.

Let Ilah be kind and compassionate to others, forgiving them just as in Christ, God forgave her {Ephesians 4:32}.

Let Ilah's heart be good soil, that she might hear your word, retain it, and perservere to produce a crop of godly character and effectiveness for your kingdom. Don't let Satan snatch your word from Ilah's heart, and don't let the worries, riches, or pleasures of this life choke your word and make it unfruitful in her life. Let her roots go down deep, so that she can stand firm in times of testing {Luke 8:11-15}.


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