Journal Prompts for Season of Waiting

July 19, 2018

We all experience different season throughout our spiritual journey. With prayer and God's guidance, we can overcome any season. Journaling is a great way to reflect on the lessons learned.

Trust God Prayer
Dear Heavenly Father, help me to truly trust you. Help me to stay focused on just how mighty of a God you are. Instead of focusing on my trials and tribulations.

Father I pray that with every obstacle I face that I draw closer to you. Remembering that you created the entire universe with just an utter of a word. 

Believing that any problem that may arise you will use it for my good in the end. Help me to recognize during those difficult times that If you could create this would in just an utter. That I can't begin to imagine the things you can do to change my circumstances. 

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I know that Jesus too conquered this world. And so shall I because I trust you and I believe your word is the truth. 

Father enable me to move mountains with mustard seed sized faith. I believe that my faith can change my circumstances. 

I ask that you remove anything in my life or mind that causes me to think otherwise. Strengthen me so that these words that I pray may become who I am in my actions. Give me the faith to act as though my circumstances have already changed. Because I know they will. In Jesus name we pray Amen.

3 Journal Prompts for a Season of Waiting

  1. Write 3 verses that affirm the importance of waiting on God's timing.
  2. Write down a prayer asking God for your heart's desires.
  3. What bitterness are you currently holding onto within your heart? Write down a prayer asking God for forgiveness and help releasing your bitterness.
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