“Holy One, thank you for my place at Your feet. Even in the midst of everything else, you made room for me. My Champion, you step into the pages of my story—You win.
Darkness cannot exist in Your light (Micah 7:8). Teach me to call it out. Mighty Warrior, You rejoice with me. Let the song you sing over me be the anthem of my life (Zephaniah 3:17). Fear, bow. Sickness, heal. Anxiety, cancelled in the name of Jesus. Your Word ordains my victories (Psalm 44:4). You alone are my mountain of refuge and source of strength. I trust You. (Psalm 28:7).
Today I will walk confidently before the throne, as Esther did—like the heir that I am (Hebrews 4:15, Romans 8:17). When I seek you, I hold to the promise that I will find You (Psalm 46:1). My Helper. Teach me to rest, Father, heal my unbelief (Mark 9:23-24) so that my mind will know your peace in its abundance.
Today I will be anxious for nothing (Philippians 4:6-7). I will not move without You. Father, replace the eyes of my flesh with eyes of faith (Habakkuk 2:4) that I can walk firm and unwavering, delighting myself in you, fixing them on the things unseen—eternal things (Psalm 37:23, 2 Corinthians 4:18).
In the name of Jesus I command that the whisper and the lies of the enemy would be silenced (Psalm 143:12). That the word of Your purpose over my life would be the only thing that I can hear (1 Kings 19:12). No weapon formed against me will prosper (Isaiah 54:17). My Vindicator, the Living One, You hold the keys to the kingdom and eternity (Revelation 1:18). And with the same hands, You hold me. You make me brave.
Precious are your thoughts about me! (Psalm 139:17).
Father, forgive me for allowing my worry to dilute Your majesty. Take your place, Jesus, make Yourself known. In peace I will lie down and sleep, for You alone, Lord, make me dwell in safety (Psalm 4:8). You brought me out of darkness and broke my chains so that I could know freedom in its fullness (Psalm 107:14). Thank You, Jesus. Inhabit these praises. Search me. Know me. (Psalm 139:23).
In Your matchless name I pray,