Daily Read – Leviticus 20:22-22:16; Mark 9:1-29; Psalm 43:1-5; Proverbs 10:18
Lord Jesus, I cry out to You saying, "I believe, but help my unbelief!" I want nothing more than to come as Your child believing all things are possible.
Jesus said to him, "If you can believe,
all things are possible to him who believes."
Immediately the father of the child cried out and said with tears,
"Lord, I believe; help my unbelief!"
Reveal to me those areas in my life that hold doubt and unbelief hindering my ability to believe You will do what You say. Help my unbelief Lord; in fact, rip it out by the roots.
If it’s lodged in my generational line, I ask You to sovereignly pull it out along with every stronghold that empowers it. If it encases parts of my heart because of past trauma and disappointment, sovereignly wash over those areas removing all lies and deception. I declare Your healing and restoration over all these places.
It is a critical hour and I need to be in a place of trust and faith. I don’t want to be among those who shipwreck because of double-minded thinking. When things around me shake and tremble, I want to be the one who confidently stands knowing You are faithful.
Regardless of the situation, I choose to believe all things are possible. Knowing You are forever with me, I declare, “There are no insurmountable mountains nor unconquerable frontiers because with You, all things are possible!”
Precious Jesus, I choose to place my trust in You and believe what You say. You are not a man that You should lie, but You are the ultimate promise keeper. Treasured promises fill the pages of Your Word and I believe and receive every one of them as part of my inheritance.
Lord, I believe and I dethrone unbelief!
In Your mighty and trustworthy Name, Amen