Prayer For The Night

Prayer For The Night

Introduction

Today’s inspiration is a prayer. It is part of the liturgy of the Catholic Church, and it’s called Compline. I have been to Compline many times at St. Mark’s Cathedral in Seattle (where they also chant the psalms). It’s a beautiful service that has its roots back in the early days of monasticism when monks would pray before bedtime. I love this prayer for help at night because we all need help getting to sleep, don’t we?

Tonight I pray that you will find a way to get through this night.

Tonight I pray that you will find a way to get through this night.

I pray that you will know God’s plan for your life, and His promise to help you. But if you don’t know it yet, I pray that God will reveal it to you now. Take time to listen closely as He speaks in your heart and mind. Ask Him what He has in store for you; ask Him how He would like for things to be different from now on, and listen closely for His answers!

God wants nothing more than for us all to live our lives in peace and prosperity…

Life is hard, and no one knows that more than you.

Life is hard, and no one knows that more than you.

We all have our own struggles to deal with. Some of us struggle with physical issues, while others have mental health issues. Some of us struggle with money, while others have family problems or relationship troubles. One thing is for sure—we all deal with some sort of hardship in life. As Christians, we know that God promises us relief from these difficulties if we ask Him for help (James 1:5). So keep asking Him! Your prayers will bring peace and comfort during the long nights when you’re feeling lonely or sad; they’ll remind you how much God loves and cares for His children!

Life throws us curve balls, and we are expected to take them head on.

Life is full of surprises, and not all of them are good. We never know what’s around the corner. Sometimes life throws us curve balls, and we are expected to take them head on.

Life is full of challenges and unexpected twists and turns that we have little control over. It can be difficult to deal with these challenges at times, but it’s important for us to remember that these trials strengthen our character and make us stronger people in the long run. Life isn’t easy; it’s hard work! You must stay focused on your goals no matter what comes your way because anything worth having will require effort from you first before it can be yours!

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I know that it doesn’t seem like it now, but things will get better.

It’s easy to feel alone and forgotten when we feel pain or sorrow. We have faith that God cares for us, but sometimes it seems like He’s far away – like we’re walking in the dark.

I know that it doesn’t seem like it now, but things will get better. Jesus is always with us and he knows our needs even more than we do ourselves. Place your trust in him today and know that he will never leave you or forsake you (Hebrews 13:5).

Life is full of beauty and tragedy and in between there is a lot of struggle.

Life is full of beauty and tragedy and in between there is a lot of struggle. We are all going to have ups and downs, but we can always turn to God for strength. He will be there with you along the way through your struggles if you call on him.

God bless you all!

I know that you are struggling just to make it through this day, but please be encouraged.

I know that you are struggling just to make it through this day, but please be encouraged. God is in control of your life and will take care of you. He can do all things, so you need not worry about anything. Sometimes we get caught up in our own worries and forget the promises made by God himself. It is important to remember that he loves us and wants nothing more than for us to be with him forever in heaven. Here are some scriptures that remind us how much God cares:

  • Isaiah 43:1-3 (NIV) – “But now [the Lord] says, ‘I have saved you from a distant country called Babylon; I have redeemed you from lives of strangers; I have summoned you by name…'”
  • Jeremiah 29:11-14 (NIV) – “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans for welfare and not for calamity.” Then He adds reassuringly (and uncompromisingly): “Jeremiah! Do not grieve! Do not weep!” For though Jerusalem has suffered greatly at the hands of many nations throughout history—Egyptians, Assyrians/Babylonians/Chaldeans/Persians—yet she will never be deserted again as long as these words remain true:””I will surely gather them together [in my compassion]; let them come back home again.”
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I pray that your strength will come from our God who is for us and not against us.

I pray that your strength will come from our God who is for us and not against us. You have been given the most important job in the world; to be a father, husband, son or daughter. Your role is to support them as they do their best at whatever they choose to do in life. If someone tries to discourage you or make you feel bad about yourself, just remember that God has a plan for each one of us and He has never failed any of us yet!

He wants to give us peace in the midst of turmoil, joy in the midst of sadness, comfort in the midst of confusion, wisdom in the midst of fear, hope in the darkest moments, insight instead of doubt, patience instead of worry, courage when we feel weak.

But God also wants to give us peace in the midst of turmoil, joy in the midst of sadness, comfort in the midst of confusion, wisdom in the midst of fear, hope in the darkest moments and insight instead of doubt. He wants to give us patience instead of worry and courage when we feel weak.

God’s greatest desire is for you to rest your head on his chest at night knowing that he will always be there for you no matter what happens today or tomorrow or next year or even a hundred years from now.

He wants to be with us through it all.

God is always with you. This can be comforting in times of uncertainty, and it’s also a reminder that God wants to be with us through it all. God never changes: He is the same yesterday, today, and forever (Hebrews 13:8). As you pray for your loved one tonight, take comfort in knowing that they are never alone because God loves them fiercely. God will never leave us or forsake us (Joshua 1:5; Deuteronomy 31:6).

God is love (1 John 4:8), faithfulness (Deuteronomy 32:4), truth (Psalm 86:11), peace (Philipians 4:7), joy (John 15:11)…

But He needs you to let Him step into situations where you have been doing everything on your own strength.

But he needs you to let him step into situations where you have been doing everything on your own strength. He’s there, but a lot of times we don’t even realize that because we are so busy doing things ourselves.

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But God wants us to go through the process of letting Him take over so that our lives can be used for His glory. Then when we get it right, then God will bless us with more than what we need or deserve!

God wants to show us His love through His Son Jesus Christ

Many people have experienced the love of God. However, it is often difficult to understand how a perfect and all-powerful God could love us so much. Just as we are unable to fully comprehend His nature, we also cannot fully comprehend His love for us. Yet there are many things about God’s love that can be understood by those willing to study and apply themselves in this area of faith.

  • It is a conscious choice: God chose from all eternity to extend His mercy towards sinners like you and me. We were not worthy of it at all, but He freely chose to give it nonetheless (Romans 5:8).* It is not selfish: When we think about our own lives, we realize that many times when people do something nice for someone else (like giving them money), there is always some expectation or condition attached such as “I am doing this because I want something back from you” or “You owe me now because I gave you this gift” or “If you don’t do what I want then I won’t give any more gifts.” But with God’s love there is no expectation held over our heads.* It is selfless: This means that He did not need anything from us! He didn’t owe us anything! And still out of His kindness He gave freely out of who He was…and still does today.(2 Corinthians 9:11)* It cannot be earned through good behavior or merit : This type of thinking would make our salvation by faith alone (Ephesians 2:8) null and void because then one could say “Look at all these good things  I have done over many years! Now isn’t it fair for You (God)to save me since You know all about my good works?”

Conclusion

This poem is a powerful prayer, calling on God to help us find the courage and strength to face our fears and persevere. It’s a reminder that we are not alone in our struggles, and that there is always hope.

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