Exploits Out On The Water… Angel’s Prayers Of The Day


Exploits Out On The Water…

Good morning beautiful people, good late morning. Sometimes when I step out of the boat to follow God’s leading, I do it a little shaky. When we step out, we are saying to God, I trust you, even when we don’t see the full picture. Many times, he may need us to learn to trust him for bigger things, as we step out of the boat. God is always right on time. I like to ask him the tough questions though. Like God what if, what if, what if? Then he reminds me once again about the last time I thought I had difficulty getting out of the boat. Hasn’t his proven record enough to step out again beautiful people? He works all things together for our good, even when we can’t see it.

I just really sense to encourage people today to step out once again. He wants to do exploits through ordinary people like you and I. Let’s get out of the boat and walk on water with Jesus. Follow his leading. God has the plan and it’s a good one. Your life is in his hands and he holds your destiny. Sail on beautiful people, sail on. I hope to meet you out on the water.

Let’s Pray:

Father, thank you for your leading. You are a good God and you are with us every day, leading us by your spirit. Father, give us the courage to keep stepping out- step by step until we reach our God given destinies. Thank you for doing exploits through us as we step out once again.

Father, thank you that we can be victorious every day of our lives, not because of who we are, but because of who lives in us. Thank you for the power of your Holy Spirit.

Father, your love story (the Bible) tells us that the people that know their God will do exploits. (Daniel 11:32).  Let that be us, oh God. We are stepping out on the water into the unknown. Thank you that you are already there. Amen.

Have a blessed day beautiful God’s people. Trust him out on the water.

Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. (Proverbs 5:3-6)

Lord, if it’s you,” Peter replied, “tell me to come to you on the water.” Matthew 14:28

Somebody shout, I am out of the boat.


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