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28-Week Prayer Guide


One of the quickest ways to enter into a posture of prayer is by giving thanks to the Lord. Gratitude is more than just a feeling. It is speaking back to God, the truth about His character and what we have seen Him do. We can be thankful in the valleys just like we can be on the mountain tops. Throughout the New Testament letters, we read words of thankfulness and gratitude for the work of God and the people of God, and our hearts are stirred up and encouraged. I myself, thank God for you. I am so grateful that you are faithfully entering into these weeks of prayer, knowingly dependent on the giver. As we enter into this week of Gratitude, I have no doubt of the heart work that God will do and the joy that will come out of it. 

Week 7
Day 4

April 17

“My soul, bless the Lord, and all that is within me, bless his holy name. My soul bless the Lord, and do not forget all his benefits. He forgives all your iniquity; he heals all your diseases; He redeems your life from the Pit; he crowns you with faithful love and compassion. He satisfies you with good things; your youth is renewed like the eagle.”

— Psalm 103:1-5

REMINDER: This psalm is written by David who is reminding himself what the Lord has done. He is praising God for all his benefits. David was a man after God’s own heart, but he was not a stranger to sin. He was aware of all God had rescued him from. He was also aware that every good gift lavished on him, was from God alone.


–  Look back over your life and thank God for anyone who had a spiritual influence on your life. 

–  Thank God for healing. Thank him for healing our bodies. Thank him for emotional healing. Thank him for healing us spiritually. Thank him for healing wounds from our past.

–  Thank the Lord for the good gifts He has given you. Thank him for new beginnings. Thank him for his provision.

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