Prayer on Fire

My Greatest Treasure

I rejoice in following your statutes as one rejoices in great riches.
Psalm 119:14

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Heavenly Father, There is so much power that comes from walking in your truth. Abiding in your Word is the path to wisdom and purity. It is the only way we know to steer through the labyrinth of life. It is the light that guides our steps and the voice that speaks louder than our fears. It comforts us and kisses us with freedom. The power of your Spirit upon our lips is the strongest weapon in our arsenal. Never let us stray from your commandments. We will write them upon our hearts and meditate upon them even as we sleep. Counsel us with your precepts and keep us close to you, so that we won’t sin against you. Wonderful God, we praise you above all else! Teach us the power of your decrees and reveal the mysteries of your prophecies. Your words are our greatest treasure and following them is life’s greatest delight.

In Jesus Name, Amen.”

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