Our Eyes

Open our eyes Lord that we may see (see II Kings 6:17). May we keep our eyes open for spiritual danger, stand true to You, Lord, act like a man and a woman, and be strong (see I Corinthians 16:13). Help us to watch out for attacks from Satan, our enemy (see I Peter 5:8).

We pray that we’ll keep looking steadily into Your law as free men and women, not only to remember it, but also to do what it says; You will greatly bless us in everything we do Lord (see James 1:25). We want always to see clearly the difference between right and wrong and to be inwardly clean with sincere hearts, not causing others to stumble from now until You return, Lord (see Philippians 1:10).

We will never stop thanking you, God for each other; and we ask You to give us wisdom to see clearly and to understand more fully who Christ is and all that He did for us. May we allow our hearts to be flooded with light so that we can see something of the future. You have called us to share (see Ephesians 1:17, 18).

Comments
  • Shanna Corum says:

    I Corinthians 16:13. Stay alert,stand firm in the faith, show courage,be strong. Verse 14, everything we do is in love.
    I love these verses!
    I do pray that what our eyes see is all in God’s love! Whatever that may be. Our eyes will be open to see and learn in new ways that only the Holy Spirit can reveal to us!
    Another powerful verse that I claim is Ephesians 1:17,18
    I pray that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of Glory, may give us spiritual wisdom and revelation in our growing knowledge of Him and the Ethiopian people. Since the eyes of our hearts have been enlightened, that each team member may know the hope of his calling and God will be glorified! More people will be called in His kingdom and he will see them in heaven.

  • Jay Hartwell says:

    May our eyes see with God’s eyes. What if we could truly see through the eyes of God? Would we, as mere men, be able to handle what we see? I’ve often prayed, Lord allow me to see people as You see them. Though simply “seeing” could result in devastation.

    We will see things that we’ve never seen before. Some of what we see may be devastating and some pure joy. Though simply seeing will allow another force to bring lies to sight. Seeing clearly is essential. Seeing the way God sees His people now and in days to come with an eternal light. Can we even comprehend this? I’m not sure we can fully comprehend it, but we can realize it and believe it with sincere love that God has a perfect and precise plan in our darkness. We must bring light into darkness, without it, we will loss our way. With it we will see the glory of our eternal Father.

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