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Prayer of Agreement Again I say to you, that if two of you agree on earth about anything that they may ask, it shall be done for them by my Father who is in heaven. (Matthew 18:19) ________________________________ A Prayer for God to Direct Our Steps Father, God, You knew me before the foundation of the world, and You chose me to be Your very own. You say that Your thoughts and plans are for my welfare and peace and not for evil, to give me hope in Your final outcome. (Jer.29:11) Father, You are acquainted with all my ways, and have laid Your hand upon me. The writer of Psalm 139 asks, “Where could you flee from the presence of the Spirit of God?” You are always with me. I am Your handiwork, recreated in Christ Jesus, that I may do those good works which You predestined for me. I choose to take the paths which You prepared ahead of time that I should walk in. Who would want to miss out on Your perfect plan? O Lord, I know it is not within my power to map my life and plan my course. I commit my future plans to you. When I make a decision contrary to Your will, correct me with justice, and lead me in paths of righteousness for Your name’s sake. Thank you, Lord for directing my steps. Just as a mother and father are thrilled when their children take their first steps, You delight in each step I take. When I walk, my steps will not be hampered; when I run, I will not stumble, in the name of Jesus! Amen, and so be it.
How can believers be in the world but not of the world? By the simple definition that the word "world" refers to a world system ruled by Satan, we can more readily appreciate Christ's claims that believers are no longer of the world…we are no longer ruled by sin, nor are we bound by the principles of the world. In addition, we are being changed into the image of Christ, causing our interest in the things of the world to become less and less as we mature in Christ. Believers in Jesus Christ are simply in the world—physically present—but not of it, not part of its values (Jn.17:14-15). As believers, we should be set apart from the world. This is the meaning of being holy and living a holy, righteous life—to be set apart. We are not to engage in the sinful activities the world promotes, nor are we to retain the insipid, corrupt mind that the world creates. Rather, we are to conform ourselves, and our minds, to that of Jesus Christ (Romans 12:1-2). This is a daily activity and commitment. We are to live in such a way that those outside the faith see our good deeds and our manner and know that there is something “different” about us. Being “in” the world also means we can enjoy the things of the world, such as the beautiful creation God has given us, but we are not to immerse ourselves in what the world values, nor are we to chase after worldly pleasures. Pleasure is no longer our calling in life, as it once was, but rather the worship of God.