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Ancient Prayer For World Today

Morning Inspiration: I have heard all about you Lord, and I am filled with awe by the amazing things you have done. In this time of deep need, begin again to help us, as you did in years gone by. Show us your power to save us. And in your anger, remember your mercy.
Habakkuk 3:2 Like many of us today, Habakkuk saw an evil, dying world all around him, & it broke his heart. I love his prayer, for several reasons. He expresses his faith in God, admits a deep need, & cries out for help. He doesn’t just pray for himself, but for everyone. He recognizes that God has reason to be upset with mankind, & asks for His mercy. Let’s all meditate on this prayer today, asking Jesus to forgive us, to change us, & to show us His power to save this broken world.
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