31 Days of Praise | Day 21 The Bearer of Burdens

Blessed be the Lord,
who daily bears us up;
God is our salvation. Selah

Psalm 68:19 (ESV)

You can take whatever burden you’re carrying and leave it at God’s footstool. He lifts us up and carries us through our troubles and toils, cradling us in His strength, comforting us in His arms. God loves you. He loves us. God is for us, not against us.

Life in this world can be difficult; no doubt. But you don’t have to go it alone. God is there; ready, willing and able. He has surrounded you with people who can and are willing to help you. When we fail to ask we miss the opportunity to get the help we need.

You can ask Him. He will help you. You don’t have to carry the weight of your burdens by yourself. He’ll gladly lift you up, giving you victory over whatever it is that is keeping you from fulfilling the plan He has for your life.

When you’re ready, let go and let God help you carry that weight you’ve been lugging around.  There’s no need to do it alone.


The Devotional Guy™

31 Days of Praise God is Holy


A Sunday Prayer

Lord, You are mighty and worthy of praise!

We exalt Your name above all names as we worship You in all Your majestic splendor.

Hallowed be Your name;

May Your will be done on Earth as it is in Heaven.

We thank You, O Lord, for your bountiful provision;

We are grateful for Your love, Your kindness, Your generosity, and Your grace.

Forgive us, Father, for where and when we fall short. 

Keep us from wandering and falling astray.

Lead us from temptation, so that we may not sin against You.

Direct our paths, make them straight. 

Help us do that which pleases You and brings You honor, glory, and praise.

You are God and God alone.

No one is greater than You. 

In Jesus’ name.





Evening Prayer 17

The week is behind us. Perhaps we’ve had a little time to relax today. What is God doing in your life? What is He asking you to do that you find challenging? Perhaps, you don’t know how to answer Him. 

When God told Abraham to go, Abraham packed up and did as the Lord said, leaving his home and community behind. With our creature comforts, this can be difficult to do, even though we love the Lord. Sometimes, He asks us to tackle difficult things. Things we don’t think we can do. But we don’t have to rely on ourselves. We can count on Him.

Prayer: God, give me the strength to seek first your Kingdom and to serve You in a manner that is pleasing to You. Amen.

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