Lord I thank you that my children are taught of the Lord and great is their peace and undisturbed composure. Thank you that Your word promises me that as I train a child in the way they should go they will not depart from it. I thank you Lord that a dormant seed is not a dead seed and that you will perfect those things that concern me. I remind you of your word that says that that which we have entrusted to you cannot be snatched out of your hand of your hand.
I pray for my children who are lost and that you were causing them
to come to their senses in the pigpens of their lives. I thank you for
surrounding them with Godly counsel and that no weapon formed against them will
prosper and any tongue that rises up against them as shown in the wrong. God, I
thank you for making a way where there seems to be no way. I thank you for blocking
them in before and behind and putting your hands on them, that they will not be
able to turn to the left or to the right because their feet are bound to the
oath of righteousness. I thank you that not only were my children divinely
protected but they understand their divine and unique purpose.
I thank you and praise you that my children love your house, they love your people they love your work. Make a way where there seems to be no way. Lord I know you will not change a man’s mind, but you are well able to change everything about their circumstances and situations to cause them to want to redirect. God, I trust that as you draw them by your love, encouragement, covering, grace and peace that it causes them to run and never look back. Thank you, God, for making a way where there seems to be no way thank you for that are season of weeping is over that our children are coming back to the boundaries of their dwelling place.
Scripture References: Isa. 54:13; Prov 22:6, Luke 8:52, John 12:24, Luke 15:17, John 10:28, Isa 54:17, Is 53:16-19, Ps 84:10, Psalms 30:5