A prayer to repent of negative thoughts and words.

What if we make a choice today to shift our thoughts Godward? In Psalm 19, David recognizes God as our Rock and our Redeemer. God is also our Provider, our Promise Keeper, and our Heavenly Father. He is our Shepherd and our Guide.

This simple shift to turn our thoughts heavenward can help us cultivate gratitude and a more positive mindset. In any situation, we can choose optimism because we know God will come to our aid. We have heaven’s helper on our side. As we acknowledge God’s blessings, thankfulness grows in our hearts and affects our words as well.

What if we choose to speak only beneficial, affirming words today? May God use us to communicate a positive, hopeful attitude to those around us.

Let’s Pray:

Lord, forgive me for the times when I fail to see your lovingkindness and your ability to transform any situation. Forgive me for meditating on my problems rather than on your power. 

Father, help me repent from negative words and attitudes; give me the grace I need to meditate on your steadfast love and faithfulness instead. Bring verses and passages from your Word to my mind, so I can experience renewed thinking when I feel tempted to fall into a negative mindset. I pray you would transform my thought life with truth from Scripture. Today I praise you for your mighty power to do far more than I ask or imagine. 

I pray for wisdom. As you renew my thoughts, enable me to speak kind and helpful words. Show me also when I need to remain silent rather than speak. “Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in your sight, O Lord, my rock and my redeemer.”


Published by Fellowship of Praise: ALL praise to God our Reason, Hallelujah!!!

To God be The glory. Let us praise God together for His ALL in our lives, Amen.

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