Monthly Archives: July 2016

DayLight 7.13.16


imagesDayLight Scripture – May Jesus encourage your hearts and give you strength in every good thing you do or say.

2 Thessalonians 2:17

DayLight Prayer – Lord today may be a hard day for someone. You know who. I pray for that person unknown to me, and ask that you truly encourage them with hope and peace, no matter what they may be going through. Amen.

Daylight 7.12.16


disabled_work_huff_psotDaylight Scripture – Let the kindness of the Lord our God be over us. Make the work of our hands last. Make the work of our hands last!

Psalm 90:17
Daylight Prayer – Lord, I thank you for the blessing of work. I know so many persons who would work if they could; seniors, whose strength is waned; teens who can’t find a summer job; disabled persons, whose health or mind prevent them from holding down a job; addicts, whose life demands hold them prisoner, and those with limited education, whose options are limited. Lord, bless these persons with joy in the midst of their hardships. Occupy their minds and hearts with the good and uplifting word. Send persons to them to be kind to them. Amen.

DayLight 7.11.16


kindnessDayLight Scripture – Life and kindness you gave me, and you oversaw and preserved my breath.

Job 10:22

DayLight Prayer – Dear Lord,  I thank you for all those who treat me with kindness. When I experience that fruit of the Spirit, I know that it comes from a heart filled with your love. If we are afraid of extending that love towards others, reassure us that no kindness, no matter how small, goes unnoticed or unappreciated. Help each of us to cultivate kindness towards others everyday.  Amen.

Daylight 7-8-16


DayLight Scripture –  “I give you a new commandment: Love each other. Just as I have loved you, so you also must love each other. “

John 13:34

DayLight Prayer – Dear Lord,  I do not have many words for the current status of our country. We are divided over so many issues, that it seems impossible to have unity and to get along; to try to understand one another’s problems, hurts, sadness, treatment, and fears. Our differences have led into unspeakable violence against each other, to distrust, to cruelty, even to murder.  Lord, have mercy on us, forgive us, and help us to remember your commandment with sincere intention to live into Jesus’ words. Strengthen us, embolden us, encourage us, heal us, and release us to live with fresh commitment to loving one another even amid our differences.  Amen.