Monthly Archives: October 2014

DayLight 10.19.14


pile-of-money-wallpaperDayLight Scripture – Don’t be overly impressed when someone becomes rich, their house swelling to fantastic proportions, because when they die, they won’t take any of it with them.

Psalm 49: 16-17

DayLight Prayer – Lord, I know that we believe that money keeps us completely secure. It does in the physical world, at least to a degree. Of course it doesn’t have much effect on our human nature. Money doesn’t cure hate, avarice, lust or cruelty. It wont’ help us at all at our last breath. Father, teach us to be concerned more with our relationship with you and others in our lives. Help us to know that money can make us comfortable, but only Jesus can save us. Only Jesus will be with us when we breathe our last. Thank you for your great mercy. Amen.

DayLight 10.16.14


The_Holy_BibleDayLight Scripture – Because you aren’t a God  who enjoys wickedness; evil doesn’t live with you. Arrogant people won’t last long in your sight; you hate all evildoers; you destroy liars’ lies.   

Psalm 5: 4-6

DayLight Prayer – Forgive me Lord for the times when I arrogantly think I have the need to judge others. Help me to keep my judgments where they should be, contained by your spirit. Help me to love instead. Love casts out evil, and ignores lies which are evil. Help me too, I pray, to seek truth. Amen.

DayLight 10.15.14


Portrait of multi-ethnic children huggingDayLight Scripture – Jesus called them to him and said, “Allow the children to come to me. Don’t forbid them, because God’s kingdom belongs to people like these children.

Luke 18: 16

DayLight Prayer – Lord, The news today is slightly overwhelming, and it makes me concerned for the children of the world. I know that if we adults could be more like children, who love unconditionally (unless they are taught differently), then many of my concerns about the news would dissipate in a quick manner. Help us adults to remember what it means to have the humility and love of a child. Help us to stop judging one another because we are different. Help us to understand that you made us different for your divine reasons and purposes…purposes to which our aim should be to live into.  Lord, have mercy. Amen.

Daylight 10.14.14


tumblr_static_img1351372455DayLight Scripture – This is the message that we have heard from him and announce to you: “God is light and there is no darkness in him at all.”

1 John 1:5

Daylight Prayer – Holy Lord. In the deep dark of a rainy night it is hard for me to imagine your great light, and how where you are there is never darkness. Now I understand that is darkness of spirit and soul that John may have been talking about. So Lord, let me pray for any person today that may be feeling consumed by darkness of any kind. Let the light of your great presence shine on and into them. Amen.

DayLight 10.12.14


mom_dad-1024x722DayLight Scripture – Listen, my son, to your father’s instruction; don’t neglect your mother’s teaching; for they are a graceful wreath on your head, and beads for your neck.

Proverbs 1: 8-9

DayLight Prayer – Sweet Lord. How awesome you are! Thank you for my parents, who gave unselfishly to see that I always had food, shelter, and many luxuries in life. And for those who do not or have not had such a blessing, I pray that you make a way for them to know the love and nurture of your love and mercy. Amen.

DayLight 10.11.14


580-GrandmaMissionary-Feb22DayLight Scripture – The Lord said to Abram, “Leave your land, your family, and your father’s household for the land that I will show you.

Genesis 12:1

DayLight Prayer – Lord, Tonight I pray for all people you have called, and who have listed to your voice. Those, who have left family, friends, and what they know to be ministers in far-from-home places. Bless them with mercy and grace, provisioning and honor, and love to pour out on everyone they meet. God bless your missionaries in the fields harvesting. Amen.

DayLight 10.9.14


smiling-babyDayLight Scripture – Like a parent feels compassion for their children— that’s how the Lord feels compassion for those who honor him.

Psalm 103:13

DayLight Prayer – Lord, Today I pray for all children who do not receive compassion from a parent. May they be blessed with people in their lives who love them like they deserve to be loved. God bless every hurting child with comfort and renewed joy.  Amen.

DayLight 10.8.14


god_speaksDayLight Scripture – I, I am the Lord, and there is no savior besides me. I announced, I saved, I proclaimed, not some stranger among you. You are my witnesses, says the Lord, and I am God.

Isaiah 43: 11-12

DayLight Prayer – Lord, Great is your name and your mercy. When I am low, I know that I can’t go so low that you can not find me. You can find me, even when I can’t find myself. Let no one be discouraged, because when you speak, things change. People are saved. Situations are rectified. Fire is sparked. Peace is spread. Love is felt. Speak Lord.  Amen.

DayLight 10.7.14


triumphant-babyDayLight Scripture – Jesus returned from the Jordan River full of the Holy Spirit, and was led by the Spirit into the wilderness. There he was tempted for forty days by the devil.

Luke 4:1-2a

DayLight Prayer – Lord, I know that you understand when we are tempted. The evil one seems to bite and nip at our heels every day, pushing something in front of us to distract us from following you. Fill me fully with your Holy Spirit, so that when the devil comes to nit pick at me, I will be able to say: Scram you! You have none of me. Amen.

DayLight 10.6.14


hurt childDayLight Scripture – Jesus went down to Nazareth with them and was obedient to them. His mother cherished every word in her heart.

Luke 2:51

DayLight Prayer – Jesus, Lord and friend, help us to help our children today. All over the world, children suffer in different ways, some mentally, some socially, some economically, some emotionally, and some physically. God, intervene on their behalf, and help all of us to remember those who are innocent and helpless in their situations. Help us to care and sacrifice in your name.  Amen.