SCRIPTURE:

“I am the Alpha and the Omega,” says the Lord God, “who is, and who was, and who is to come, the Almighty.”

– Revelation 1:8 NIV

PRAYER:

Dear God,
You are, from the beginning and throughout eternity, the Almighty God. You are faithful, all-powerful, and just. In these uncertain times, it is comforting to know you haven’t changed. You are still good. You haven’t taken your eyes off me or the situation in the world. I can trust you to be with me, to go before me, to be my rock and safe place. I pray those who are hurting, serving, working, and those who feel lost, will turn to you for strength and know your unchanging faithfulness in a personal way. As I pray for others, I pray the same for me, to remember you are here, you are faithful, from beginning to end.
Amen.

JOURNAL REFLECTION:

One word God uses to describe himself is Almighty. Some words that are comparable to that are omnipotent, invincible, all-powerful, supreme, omnipresent. How does this help you put your trust in God, knowing this is who he is?

CALL TO ACTION:

Saying we have put our trust in God is simple, but actually living that out can be challenging, especially in seasons of uncertainty, fear, darkness, and grief. Today’s prayer reminds us we serve a trustworthy, loving God who is steadfast, all-powerful, and available to us always. Watch the message, “In God We Trust,” to explore God’s trustworthiness and reflect on his power in your life.

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