Monday, January 19, 2015

The Word Of God Is Living And Active - Monday Prayer

When we use Scripture in our prayer it shows God we have thought through our praises and petitions.

To pray we need to know the heart of God.

What He has planned for us.

His promises to us.

We need to align our prayers with the plump line of God’s Word.

God’s Word gives our prayers life, infusing vitality into our praises and petitions.

As well as bringing life to the thoughts that frame our petitions.

“The word of God is living and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword…” (Heb. 4:12).

God is always ready for us.

He always wants to listen to us.

But He also wants us to take the time to know Him.

And that we can achieve through the Bible.

“Dear God, I want to know You! I want to know your word that is living and active, today in my life. Your word is the truth that cuts through the lies and deceive in my life. It is the bread of life that I need every day. I praise Your Word and I praise Your name! I want to know Your heart and align myself with Your everlasting love. Amen!”

This message is part of the Prayer Monday series.


  1. Oh, how true this is! I like when I can pray Scripture at times when I'm not looking at the Bible, but just throughout the day. But, we're only able to do that if we do spend time in His Word and absorb it. (visiting from Soli Deo Gloria)

    1. I love to do the same thing, Laura. It's amazing to see how some part suddenly fits exactly to my life and comes alive. Thank you for visiting!

  2. I remember doing a Beth Moore study where she really kept expressing the importance of God's word being active and alive. It's amazing, isn't it! Keeps me going some days!

    1. It is amazing when it begins to become active and alive. I've always know God's word is alive, and active, intellectually. But I never had that experience. So, reading Bible was a chore and so was praying. There were just tiny glimpses, from time to time, to the real power.
      It takes quite a leap of faith to experience that living and active Word.

  3. Thank you for sharing at Theology Thursdays FOR KIDS!!! You will be featured tomorrow!!