December 10th, 2013


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Prayer of Trust: Lead Me

Scripture Reference

Exodus 13:20-22

“Prayer of Trust: Lead Me”

The prayer “God, Lead Me” teaches us how to seek God’s perfect will for our lives. It is fulfillment of the Lord’s Prayer where we ask God for His will to be done on earth as it is in heaven. This is a prayer of submission that decreases our wants and desires and increases God’s wants and desires for us. Society teaches us that we are in control and that we have to plan for the future. However this type of lifestyle is burdened with worry, fear, stress, and fatigue. By praying for God to lead us, we acknowledge that He is in control and that we trust His leadership and desire for our lives. This is a lifestyle of peace and joy.

In this Old Testament scripture Moses reminds us that The Lord literally led his people both day and night through one of the most difficult times in the history of Israel. By recounting God’s faithfulness to the people and His leadership, Moses shows us that God will never forsake us, and will never leave us in a state of confusion. He will always lead His people. We can trust The Lord and His direction for our lives.

Pastor Don called us to pray a very dangerous prayer, that could take you out of your comfort zone in line and put you in a more personal and direct relationship with Jesus. This prayer has the opportunity to truly change your life forever.

Don encourages you to pray like Jesus in the sermon on the mount, that The Father’s will would be done on earth as it is in heaven. He also directs us to pray for deliverance from temptation and evil. By saying this bold prayer daily we invite The Lord to be the true ruler of our calendars, our daily tasks, our hopes, and our dreams. As the psalmist wrote in Psalm 138:8, “God will fulfill His purpose in you.” You just have to welcome Him to lead!

Teacher: Don Coleman
Local Church: East End Fellowship

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