7/20 Monday : Daily Devotional


Rev. Dr. Steven Sunghwan Cho, Pastor​
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7/20 Monday

by WCUMC Member on 07/20/20

Today’s Bible verse:
Philippians 4:6-7
6 Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. 7 And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.
Loving Father, how wonderful reality it is that as your children we can approach you in complete confidence and share our daily concerns and requests. We admit at times that our impatient nature leads us to frustration and anxiety when we feel that your provision falls short of our imperfect and urgent expectations. In those situations, Father, teach us again the virtue of patience. Remind us that you alone know best the perfect timing and method of the blessings you will provide. May each day Instill in us a child-like sense of peace and contentment for a loving Father that loves and provides for all of our needs.

Pray with us:
Loving Father, how wonderful a reality it is that as your children we can approach you in complete confidence and share our daily concerns and requests. We admit at times that our impatient nature leads us to frustration and anxiety when we feel that your provision falls short of our imperfect and urgent expectations. In those situations, Father, teach us again the virtue of patience. Remind us that you alone know best the perfect timing and method of the blessings you will provide. May each day Instill in us a child-like sense of peace and contentment for a loving Father that loves and provides for all of our needs. How great is our God?
(Prayer by Ron Weller)

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