Daily Prayer for 12th November 2023 (Bible Verse And Quote)

Daily Prayer for 12th November 2023 (Bible Verse And Quote)
Daily Prayer for 12th November 2023 (Bible Verse And Quote)

Read Daily Prayer for 12th November 2023, Sunday Morning And Evening Prayers with Daily Bible Verse And Quote


BIBLE VERSE:  Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, persistent in prayer.

— Romans 12:12 (BSB)

QUOTE: All you need to do to learn to pray is to pray.
— Wesley L. Duewel

PRAYER: Almighty God, our heavenly Father, who has graciously opened for us sinners a way into the holiest — we come to You, grateful for Your favor and mercy. We thank You for all the gifts of Your love — but especially for Your unspeakable gift Jesus Christ. On this Sunday may we have such a revealing of Your love as shall flood our hearts. Unveil the cross to us, and may we see Your heart, with its marvelous love for a lost world.

May Your word have new meaning for us today as we read it or listen to it. May our minds be opened to understand it, and may Your Spirit guide us into the truth. May this be to us a day for the strengthening of our faith, for the deepening of our love.

May it be a day also for much blessing in our own souls. Bless us by showing us our faults, our secret sins, the things in us that are not beautiful and holy. We desire to find them. Search us, O God, and know our hearts; try us and know our thoughts; and see if there is any wicked way in us — and then lead us in the everlasting way. We want to part with our sins and faults; we do not want to keep them. Have mercy upon us, and may this Sunday be a day for finding and putting away evil things out of our hearts.

We ask You to point us to whatever ministry to others You would have us perform today. Fill us with Your love, that wherever we go, we may carry healing for sick souls or for wounded hearts. Help us to be comforters of those who are in sorrow, and encouragers of those who are disheartened. Give us, Lord, a good Sunday, full of Your revealings of love and grace, full of holy inspirations. We ask in the name of Jesus. Amen.


BIBLE VERSE: Answer me when I call, O God of my righteousness! You have relieved my distress; show me grace and hear my prayer.
— Psalm 4:1 (BSB)

QUOTE: Don’t worry about having the right words; worry more about having the right heart. It’s not eloquence he seeks, just honesty. — Max Lucado

PRAYER: Bend down Your ear to us, O God, we beseech You, and hear the confession, the supplication, and the praise of Your children, which we bring to You, through Jesus Christ our Lord. We have erred and strayed from Your ways, like lost sheep. We have too much followed the devices and desires of our own hearts. We have offended against Your holy laws. We have left undone those things we ought to have done — and have done those things we ought not to have done; and there is no soundness in us. But You, O Lord, have mercy upon us miserable offenders, and for Jesus’ sake, grant us grace to shun every evil way, and to live in all things unto the glory of Your holy name.

What shall we render unto You, O You giver of all good things, for Your kindness to us as a family? We thank You for the comforts of our home, for the opportunities of education we have, for health and happiness, for prosperity and all the blessings of Your providence, for the love that unites us as a household.

Help us, O our Father, to make some worthy return for all Your favors and gracious kindnesses. Enable us to live as those should live, who receive so much from You.

May our hearts be loving and grateful.

May our lips express Your praise.

May our lives be true interpreters of the gratitude which we feel.

Sanctify to us all this day’s blessings. Bless to us the preaching of Your word and all the services of Your house in which we have been engaged. May a blessing follow all the work of Your people today in all churches and Sunday schools. Give us now secure and refreshing rest, and may Sunday’s influences follow us through all the new week. We ask in Jesus Christ. Amen.

READ ALSO: Our Daily Bread Devotional For November 12, 2023 | Cling to Jesus




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