He will guard and guide me, never letting me stumble or fall. God is my keeper; he will never forget nor ignore me. He will never slumber nor sleep; he is the Guardian-God for his people, Israel. Jehovah himself will watch over you; he’s always at your side to shelter you safely in his presence.

– Psalm 121:3-5 TPT


Heavenly Father,
As we come to the other side of this pandemic, restrictions are being loosened, businesses are reopening, and we are learning our new normal. It is comforting to know you are here, watchful and vigilant. Just as you guarded the Israelites so many years ago, you remain the Guardian-God today. You have promised to never leave me, to protect and defend me. You are the keeper of my soul and have given me your Spirit, always awake and alert, to guide me and guard me. Lord, lead me and my loved ones as we encounter the unknowns and begin to reshape our lives.
In Jesus’ name I pray,


How would you describe your emotions as you move into the “new normal”? Some words that may come to mind are anxious, angry, excited, uneasy, hesitant, etc. Try to identify your emotion, and then ask God to meet you in that space.


Today’s verse speaks to the uncertainty we have experienced in the midst of this pandemic: “he’s always at your side to shelter you safely in his presence.” How incredible is that? No matter what, God covers us with his supernatural protection, he guides us unswervingly, and he is always alert and watchful over us. Listen to the worship song, “He Leadeth Me,” and focus on the powerful truth in its lyrics.


As our daily routines shift surrounding the coronavirus, we are thankful for the opportunity to experience church in a new way. We understand times of uncertainty can be unsettling, and we invite you to share these daily prayers with your friends, family members, neighbors, coworkers, and anyone else who needs encouragement!

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