Day 22

And Jesus said to them, “You will all fall away, for it is written, ‘I will strike the shepherd, and the sheep will be scattered.’ But after I am raised up, I will go before you to Galilee.” Peter said to him, “Even though they all fall away, I will not.” And Jesus said to him, “Truly, I tell you, this very night, before the rooster crows twice, you will deny me three times.” But he said emphatically, “If I must die with you, I will not deny you.” And they all said the same.—Mark 14:27-31

In our Christian walk as men, most of us realize we have a lot in common with Peter. He speaks without fully thinking about what he is saying and makes these bold, impulsive promises. Peter is a doer, and he likes to jump in headfirst—I love this about him. I believe many men can identify with that. Because when you've tasted the grace, forgiveness, and mercy of Christ, you want to jump in headlong.

And yes, Peter made a bold boast here. Yes, Peter followed his heart, and in a moment of emotional fervor, he declared he was "all-in" without thinking through the implications. But read on. He wasn't the only guy to do this. They all said they were "all-in." All the men blindly follow as Peter leads the way without a lot of further thought or discussion.

But the voice of accountability is there to offer some commonsensical advice. It's Jesus. With a voice of understanding, he declares, "I say to you that today, even this night, before the rooster crows twice, you will deny Me three times."

We all need to heed the voice of biblical reason. Here Jesus offers it free of charge. But we need it in our time too. Sound biblical counsel that helps us to reason the implications of our decisions. So today, seek out a man who follows God, whose been in your shoes and get counsel before making that next all-in decision.

DO THIS: This week, we are focusing on the discipline of accountability.

Your Call To Act (C.T.A.) today is:

  • Pray: for 5-minutes, about the wisdom you need regarding that life decision you're about to make.
  • Call: a brother today and ask for his wisdom.
  • Tell: other men in the comments below, the kind of wisdom you need. They may just come to your aid.

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216 thoughts on “Seek Out Biblical Counsel

  1. Corey says:

    For me it’s been a bit different. Almost all of the time the Holy Ghost will give me the answer. And to be honest, at the moment there are really only 3 men in my life that I would trust the Lord would bring an answer through to me.
    The reason I say this is because most people I talk with today do not know the voice of God! And that’s a scary thing!

  2. Kevin says:

    For most of my life I didn’t know what an accountability partner was and then I was asked to be in an accountability relationship. Thankful for the role of an accountability partner in my life!

  3. Eddie Ackerman says:

    I need wisdom about finances, my wife and I just paid off our two credit cards and need to know how to move forward paying down loans and other things like that.

    • Brian says:

      I need wisdom on hope to repare the relationship with my wife. Also for a couple of good men to be in my life. I have one and he is in a different state

      • Eddie Ackerman says:

        While I don’t have any expertise in the area of repairing the relationship with my wife, I am always willing to be a brother of encouragement and a listening ear when needed, I would love nothing more than to help you get through this time in your life Brian, where it sounds like you need brothers in Christ to help you make God honoring decisions and build you up with prayer and encouragement, whatever the circumstances.

  4. Coach says:

    I must learn to accept the truth that I can not always control everything in my life. I feel that must control all things in my life and when I feel I have loss that control, I spiral into a deep dark negative place in my mind. I need to learn to trust that only God is in control and through prayer, He will lead me in the best decisions and then turn over the control and outcome to God’s guidance. God does not want me in the dark places and provides me with ways to avoid these places, I just have to learn to trust the Lord’s will.

  5. Sam Harrison says:

    I am need of ways to build mental strength and conviction when it comes to sin. I do not have a brother even at my church that I can call on and that is difficult .

  6. Marquis Coulter says:

    Praying for Wisdom to discern when to abort a situation that has been weighing Heavily on My Heart, Mind, Spirit, Body and conscious. Wisdom Know and Learn God’s Will for Me Everyday, every Week, Every situation and circumstance that I face. I want to stop worrying and stressing the matters I can’t change, or control. Asking for Prayers Prayers Prayers My Worldly Brothers in Christ.

    Thank You all!

  7. Alex Coon says:

    I need great wisdom in making smart and righteous choices in the future backer by obedience and wisdom

  8. Michael McClain says:

    Wisdom to be a source if joy, dedication to the Lord and cohesion in a world of strife and division.

  9. John Krumm says:

    I need wisdom to finish. It seems like in anything, like this devotional journey, where life growth is available I tend to get weary and apathetic in the middle of that time frame. Also, there is not one man I trust in my life to seek out true Godly counsel.

  10. Cory Baron says:

    The wisdom to just be still and listen. Tune out rebuttals, excuses, blame and random thoughts. Truly listen with intent. Quick to listen, slow to speak and get angry.

    Patience for His will to be done and not mine.

    God doesn’t need my help today!

  11. chris says:

    I created and wrote a tv show back in 1998. In 2017 I reached out for help and I brought this guy on and gave him 50-50 ownership of my creation. I think he may have swindled me out of my 50% because I signed a contract he drew up and my buddy thinks the contract may have agreed by signing that he is 100% owner of my God Given Dream and life work. This could be life changing for me and I am praying for peace and a Godly resolve. I also for the first time am praying for that man. I’ve never prayed for a enemy just cursed and fought them. Please pray for me.

  12. Harvey Hansen says:

    As I take on a project that I have never done before I pray that Jesus will walk me through the project. I also pray that he would led me to a brother at my church that has done the same type project and ask for wisdom from this brother. We need to look for wisdom not only from God but also Christian brothers as the straggles of life come a pound us.

  13. Jeff Barnett says:

    Need wisdom. Concerning what job to pick. Geo prison system wants a driver and makes alot of money. My church wants me as a maintenance man but not much money nor insurance. And a sprinkler guy wants me to be a repair man . Pray God will show me his will

  14. Michael Mahony says:

    It is my prayer that every guy would have the benefit of a spiritual brother in Christ to pray with and for in life’s everyday struggles. I hope when I return from Fl in May to establish that friendship.

  15. Collin Boggs says:

    Need wisdom on 1) How to move forward with the book(s) I’m writing, and 2) How to get started with a business/ministry idea that would produce operational cost savings for churches, and free up time for their staff to do more ministry work.

    • Dennis James says:

      Brother the best way to get started writing that book , is just start. As you write allow God to drive your thoughts. As far as the business/ministry you are seeking to get get going, the first thing I learned is that business is business and ministry is ministry , keep them separate. First pray and seek God’s direction. The next thing to do is develop a plan. Example: 1. Identify the need 2. What type of licensing maybe needed? 3. Is this going to be a non-profit? etc. I am here for ya Brother. Reach out if you need to on messenger.

  16. Scott Lokey says:

    I’m praying for wisdom to sale my business to an employee, and how to share Jesus through the business.

  17. Bryan says:

    Wisdom to make informed decisions in the home search process with my fiancée. To also seek out advice from friends and family thst have bought a home.

  18. Lance says:

    Wisdom and strength to explain to my wife how we should handle money as it comes into our business.

  19. Darin Palmer says:

    Continuing wisdom with life’s struggles. Embracing those struggles as Jesus taught us to do as Men of God!

    • Dennis James says:

      Darin, my Brother, remembering a teaching Vince did not long ago, he said always remember “God’s will, not mine.” I wrote those words on a post it and put them on the wall in my War Room so I can see them daily. I think sometimes we try to hard in our own will to deal with our struggles rather than letting God help us. When we try to do things on our own , we will struggle and more often than not , we fail. Just pray and be obedient and submissive to the will of God and see what happens. I will be praying for you.

      • chris says:

        Dennis, I’ve been reading your responses to other men here. If you read my challenge, you’ll see that God is using the situation with my so-called writing partner to fully give this back to God and I’m scared that I may have given way all the ownership to my show. I have put my trust and prayer into God like no other time in my life but I am stressed. Please pray for my peace! God Bless, Chris [email protected]

  20. Rich Thomas says:

    Wisdom about my next ministry. I want to start a group of handymen who do odds and ends for people who can’t afford it or can’t do it themselves.

    • Jeff Botuik says:

      Rich what a fantastic idea- I will pray this gets off the ground for you. God Bless You Rich

  21. Salvatore Augeri says:

    Wisdom on “the next thing to say or to remain silent in prayer” for a family member resistant to Christ and the Gospel 🙏🏻

    • Jesse Winger says:

      I am trying to figure out how to proceed with find a home for my family. Here in Canada the housing market is unstable and it seems the prices go up by 100k every 2 months. I am struggling to find a way to provide. Because the housing market is so expensive, the rental market is in high demand and you pay over 2k a month for a place with a postage stamp size yard. With my two kids the yard is something they need to be healthy. And condos are only a hundred a month less. Where I M is hours away from a city even. So do I move into the middle of nowhere to try to give them a home and then try to find a home? Or do I wait where I am and hope the market corrects and any type of housing becomes affordable?

  22. Eric says:

    Trust in God regardless of the current circumstances. Easier said than done sometimes but worth it in the end as God can see the end and we can’t.

    • Jason says:

      Amen, brother…it’s always worth it… Jesus prayed that Peter’s faith would be strengthened, and I’m praying that for you, and every man that reads this devo.

  23. Steven Turner says:

    Need wisdom on helping with food basket to my brothers in Brazil. To keep them alive during this time,

  24. Ryan says:

    Separated for 10 weeks now. I don’t need to call a brother today, I’ve been calling on my Godly brothers EVERY day. So important for me as I walk down this path to restore my marriage but more importantly seek Him first. They provide much Godly wisdom that I need.

  25. Jeff says:

    King of kings Lord of Lords send someone into my son Dylan life today. A brother in Christ is what he needs. Amen

  26. Taylor says:

    I changed jobs over a year ago to spend more time with my family but have always wanted to start my own business. I have felt God telling me to trust him and he will take care of the financials and the clients but I fear it will take me away from my family and put a lot of burden on my wife if it starts to take off.

  27. Billy says:

    So many decisions I have to make at work that may seem successful and even smart on the outside and may even yield positive results but may impact people in a negative way…makes it hard to discern what to actually do.

  28. Walter says:

    I need the wisdom and strength to send an email to my business partner regarding employees and their salary requirements. In need of more help so difficult to find good people who want to work.

  29. SHELDON Bullard says:

    The wisdom i need today is finding a new home church where i can grow and use the gifts and abilities God gave me.

  30. dumbo says:

    I’m struggling with images and masturbation and inappropriate thoughts for someone who isn’t my wife and need advice

    • Richard says:

      Satan want to keep reminding us of who we where before Christ. Know who you are now in Christ Jesus, and remember, that there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. With God, ALL things are possible. I will pray for you brother.

      • Lynn says:

        Wisdom to open my heart and ears to listen to Gods guidance and follow Him each minute, hour day and always.

  31. Crosby says:

    How to gain a deeper relationship with Christ and have faith in His path. The wisdom to hear him, trust him, and spend my time wisely to further the Kingdom

  32. Denny says:

    I need wisdom in seeing what God wants from me. I feel like I’m supposed to do something but I don’t know what. I have a heart for the homeless and I used to work in a ministry but that has been taken away from me. I am trying to focus on mentoring my family but that’s not going well. Through all this, I have not felt the presence of God and I desperately miss that.

  33. Scott says:

    Wisdom in handling an employee at work who doesn’t have the chops for the work. Do I cover for him or do I ask for a new resource.

  34. LAVON LAMBERTY says:

    I have to confess I have been caught in this scenario at various times in subtle ways and then the conviction hits. How very thankful I am for the forgiving GRACE Jesus bestows and restores me.

  35. Brian says:

    Just made a life move to a new job. Stressful knowing what is going on with the pandemic.
    During the interview process and negotiations I asked the men of the Tuesday morning group and Our small for guidance. It was very encouraging. I have been in my new position for a week now. The old company had pay cuts and layoffs. The wisdom of these men helped and it is awesome to see the Lord provide. I may not make more money but He will provide.

  36. Ross says:

    I’m contemplating a change in career. God has put a couple of people in my path that have brought a degree of confirmation for this change. But, do I really have what it takes? Back to school, at my age, to take online classes? I’m seeking wisdom and clarity for this new direction and courage to step into it.

  37. Stephen Donmoyer says:

    I count on and need my brothers in Christ to help me through times of challenges as well as in the highest of my achievements.

  38. Brad says:

    The wisdom I seek is to raise above my current financial situation. I have had lots of get help in this area this year. Praise be to God.

  39. Michael Pechar says:

    The wisdom I need is what to pursue in life. I’m very career driven but keep getting called to help the church. I’m trying to do both.

  40. John Wilson says:

    I need wisdom in how to effectively disciple my daughter when she is more interested in her boyfriend than spiritual things

  41. Tom Cullen says:

    I have one brother I meet with because of a death of a child. I relate with him, I am always am looking for more guys to relate with about loss of a child our another loss doesn’t matter.

  42. Jonathan Robertson says:

    My prayer is for Wisdom to listen fully before speaking. To realize that people are not asking me for solutions, but needing to be heard

  43. John D says:

    I need wisdom for business and financial decisions to be made coming out of the coronavirus pandemic. I only know for sure that I want what God wants for me and my family.

  44. Warren M Campbell Sr says:

    Thank God Jesus melded us together with the Godhead and the body . Praise be to our Lord Jesus Christ!!!

  45. Randy says:

    wisdom to plant His abundance of Life in barren stripped places of waste, revelries, and remnants of slavery

  46. Brad says:

    I need wisdom to encourage and help people who are new or interested to my church as I begin an online support group for interested attendees

  47. RUBEN T GARCIA SR says:

    I try very hard to seek wisdom daily in what I do but many times I seem to fall back to the old ways of thinking. I need wisdom in my job as I work for a Dr. office and need to make the right choices as I help patients over the phone. I ask for prayer for my daily walk with the Lord.
    I have been unable to follow the challenge on a daily basis as I tend to rush through the day when I should take my time and slow down. And many of the days my system has not allowed the daily reading blocked by my server as unsafe.

  48. Bryon says:

    Wisdom, guidance, and most of all peace for myself and family during this crisis. Having a compromised immune system and other health issues makes these times even scarier.

  49. William says:

    being all in , we need wisdom and others are looking from our wisdsom, I pray today that i can follow Godly wisdom guidance and also be a Godly guide to those that would call on me.

  50. Brian says:

    I’m seeking wisdom in how to request a spiritual conversation with a loved one or someone I’m close to. I struggle getting out of the gate because I’m concerned about offending people. And yet, I could rattle off a handful of names of family members who I don’t know where they stand. I want to talk with them, but don’t know how to start the conversation and therefore kick the can until they are on death’s doorstep

  51. Bob M says:

    I am praying for the wisdom of how God will use me from this do forth to help others through many of the lessons I have learned – 2 Cor 1:3-11. I am walking faithfully towards this with God and praying for wisdom as I do so.

  52. Lewis Thompson says:

    The kind of wisdom I’m needing today is spoken softly by Jesus.. “Trust me”
    Proverbs 3:5-6

  53. Peter says:

    Wisdom in how to proceed as a church and an individual in these uncertain and physically distant times.

  54. Brian Winckler says:

    I am surrounded by strong christian men everyday who help me with my decision making process. Right now I have no major decisions on the horizon.

  55. Thomas Snowden says:

    I think at times it is a struggle to walk in the path of faith when we do not have good man of God to help us see things different the a friend that is not walking in the path of a believer of God. That can be a challenge to get wisdom from a mature believer of God.

  56. Tom says:

    I never “speaks without fully thinking about what it is he is saying and makes bold, impulsive promises.” Never. No, never. Never:)

  57. Yooper says:

    How do we get past the current situation? What’s before us once we are able to socialize again? What decisions will we need to make in the new reality we face?

  58. Dale Nerison says:

    I don’t think I’m as bold as Peter. I don’t make big decisions impulsively or emotionally. But I will be aware of seeking wisdom from others in times of uncertainty. But I love the examples that God had provided in his Word that apply to everyone.

  59. Jeff Brown says:

    22 days yahoo good timing on this series.,.. All-in Immersion in gods trinity and letting the Holy Spirit guide me to make impactful present day decision like Jesus did that echo a lifetime and having a litmus proxy from men that are all-in this way and that does not require a hat. It’s being free in the kingdom of god and not bound by the feardoms of this world.

    • Dale Nerison says:

      Jeff, this series, along with Wed mornings, have been very impactful and timely for me too.

  60. Duc says:

    I am in need of wisdom to be consistent with a routine to keep myself active healthy both physical/mentally/spiritually e.g. exercise, be in the Words, prayer… to be able to lead and support my family during this challenging time, to be patience and strong in supportive of my kids’ and wife’s, to focus on intentionally connecting with my extended family. Thank you Lord for keep my motivation and spirit in check and the constant reminder of me in doing so in Christ’s precious name.

    • Nate says:

      Wisdom about how to handle certain things I disagree about with my wife. She is very sensitive to certain things that I feel strongly on and sometimes I don’t handle it the way I should.

  61. Dave Wall says:

    Lord, please give me wisdom in all areas of my life – I need your wisdom for how to lead my family, at work, extended family, and men’s ministry.

  62. ching says:

    No, I don’t have a “All-in” hat. I don’t know what I will do under intensive scrutiny. If Peter would deny Jesus 3 times, I may fall short myself.

    • Dale Nerison says:

      I agree, Ching. Give me strength Lord to make the right move, when my faith or life is on the line.

  63. David Luevano says:

    I thank God for the wisdom he gave me this morning. As the head of temptation reared it’s head up I made the correct decision by trusting in God. As I stay in the word and exercise patience before I make a decision, I am making better decision. Praise the Lord.

  64. Wade says:

    I need wisdom in how to get through to my 18 year old mentee. He’s very emotional, and scattered. Good news is he prayed to receive Christ day before yesterday. The discipleship continues and with not being able to sit across a table from him, it’s just a little more challenging. Thank God for FaceTime.

  65. Bob says:

    Wisdom the art of knowing what to do and when to do it, Jesus in this world I need your wisdom and all knowing knowledge when I am making decisions for my future in my dating life and who it is that I may live out the rest of my days with, I need your help in recognizing her when she comes along.

  66. Coach says:

    I need prayers and wisdom on how to approach a family member on how they should wisely proceed financially with their choices after receiving a large sum of money. They help to secure financial stability after living on the brink of bankruptcy for several years. The family member needs prayers on their obsession of spending for wants all the time not needs. Please pray that God will enlighten them with wisdom to make better choices. This is why we study history so as to not allow history to repeat itself. Amen!

  67. Rick says:

    To be gracious in all the amazing relationships the Lord has given me. That especially includes my wife and family.

  68. David C says:

    Specifically need wisdom for dysfunctional family dynamics/ restoration, speaking the truth in love to a Christian brother who is living with his girlfriend and daily wisdom & discernment for daily life decisions….
    The Serenity Prayer suns it up:

    Serenity Prayer
    – Reinhold Niebuhr (1892-1971)

    “Father God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; the courage to change the things I can; and the wisdom to know the difference.

    Living one day at a time; enjoying one moment at a time; accepting hardships as the pathway to peace; taking, as He did, this sinful world as it is, not as I would have it; trusting that He will make all things right if I surrender to His Will; that I may be reasonably happy in this life and supremely happy with Him forever in the next.
    In Jesus’ Name Amen.

  69. Roy Kanis says:

    I need the wisdom to encourage others, and continue in prayer for my family and others. Peace by with you today.

  70. Tim says:

    I need wisdom on how to discern God’s word as I read the Bible and wisdom to live out what God is telling me through his word..

  71. Dave Benson says:

    Even though we are practicing social distancing it’s a true blessing to have brothers to lift us up and to seek wisdom from in this season of solitude where it could be easy to “fall away’.

    Blessed is the one who finds wisdom, and the one who gets understanding. Prov 3:13

    • Jeff says: seems like that we are communicating more now than we ever have. Growth comes in the valley, not on the mountain tops. And it’s been good “talking ” to other men who share the passion of following Jesus.

  72. Don says:

    All of my mentors are gone now. But I think of them often. They have kept me from many emotional and hurried mistakes. I miss my brothers.

  73. Rich says:

    I have a decision to make about my job but I am mostly interested in what it means for my spiritual life. A new church, or start something new? I have committed to moving and also committed to a missions trip but they have both been put on hold. Why? Is God saving for something else?

  74. David B says:

    The wisdom I feel I need most right now is how best to support my high school aged son who is struggling with online education and the isolation from peers.

  75. Greg says:

    This passage of scripture is so rich, and revealing. When standing in the presence of Jesus, Peter was ready to fight, and did. Yet, when “alone “, even a servant girl scared him. So then it is with our lives. Stay close to Jesus thru scripture memorization, etc., and you can be ready to fight. If not, we know the outcome

  76. Jon Brady says:

    I need wisdom to make the right decision on downsizing our home. I need to have better faith in trusting God with my finances.

  77. JP says:

    Seeking Godly wisdom for what God is asking of me in relationship to my father. A man that has been distant from me nearly my whole lif

  78. Michael says:

    Wisdom to not always try and fix my girls when they are sad, but just be patient with them, knowing that they need time to cry, and letting them know that I am there

    • Jesse says:

      I pray for the Lord to guide me with wisdom of the next step going forward and to use today’s time wisely. He is in control within this time of struggle as I remain faithful and positive. Guide me in decisions with my health, security, employment, and relationships.

  79. Zach says:

    Sounds really odd to say, but I guess it is just a sign of the times. I need wisdom on what to do at work. I fear that my employer might not be taking every safety precaution. We are distributing materials to over 200 people. I have already voiced my concern once and been told to not worry about it. Do I keep pushing it and potentially damage my relationship with a boss who I really to respect and admire, or do I just leave it alone and trust that God has it under control, which I know He does! I know this is really specific, but even if my efforts keep even one person who is at risk safe from this virus, isn’t it worth it?

    • Jason says:

      Hang in there, Zach. You are trusting God, and feel compelled to keep others safe. John Maxwell says that in a crisis, a leader is first and foremost concerned about the safety of people they are responsible for. Even if you aren’t the boss, you are leading when you take others safety in mind, and make decisions to protect them. I agree with you. As leaders, we have to err on the side of caution. We don’t know what hangs in the balance. As you live your life to care for and protect, fundamentally to serve others, God will bless you. It may not look like we think, but He honors those who “love others”, right? Yes, absolutely. Be strong, brother. It is never wrong to stand up for others’ safety and health.

    • Mike L says:

      It is good to hear that you still have a job, but you must be safe. If you are distributing health care materials it is something that must continue but proper precautions must be used. Your boss should realize that.

    • chris says:

      Zach, if you have spoken up, all you can do is pray for these people making these decisions and leave the rest for God. He knows what is in your heart! God Bless, Chris

  80. Eric M. says:

    Thankfully right now in my life I don’t have any “all in” decisions that need to be made. However, I would ask the Lord to help me make good and “biblical” decisions today and everyday. Also, to provide me with the necessary wisdom to do what HE wants me to do. Not what I want to do. Thank you Lord for always being right next to me anytime anywhere.

  81. Davin says:

    Opening back up the business today with a new shift schedule and a strict set of policies and procedures. Still nervous about it but I know it’s what we need to do to keep moving forward. Pray for wisdom as I keep leading my team and do everything I can to protect them and their families.

    • Jason Davidson says:

      Don’t be passive about the situation and people’s action. You are there to keep your employees safe, customers safe as well as yourself. You got this bro!

  82. Nick Hall says:

    I need the wisdom to know when to take action and when to be patient. I hope you all have a blessed day!!!

  83. Jim Butterfield says:

    I need wisdom from the Holy Spirit as to how to stay healthy along with my family during the coronavirus time. Also how to mix faith and action with myself anf family.

  84. cory doden says:

    In this age of social distancing I have a Christian brother I run with and Christian brothers I play tennis with. We are all wondering if we should continue meeting or not.

  85. Dan says:

    It’s very easy to be all in for intense prayer during these challenging times but I find that my prayers seem hollow when praying for my enemies, unbelievers and those that I struggle against judgment.

    • Jason says:

      Dan, it seems to me that you are already praying for your enemies, unbelievers. God will change your heart for them even if your prayers seem hollow to you. Just continue to pray for them.

  86. Mike says:

    I need wisdom in helping keep my family safe as well as keeping their spirits up and having good mental health in these times.

  87. Austin says:

    Wisdom of self-support, I have a tendency of giving up on myself to help on others and make their priorities “more important.” Saying no is hard but should be easy

  88. Tommy says:

    I ask y’all for prayers to increase my wisdom placing our Lord in the very center of all my decisions

    • Art says:

      Lord God I pray for these men and each of th ere situations, circumstances and challenges – ignite them, guide them and strengthen them in there desire and need – thank you Jesus!

  89. Tom says:

    Lord I need help in my relationship and home life . To change what I need to change and how to do this,to accept what I cannot . Give me the wisdom to do this Lord. Amen!

  90. Eric Jensen says:

    I need wisdom on surviving financially on far less income than I’d anticipated due the COVID-19 pandemic.

  91. Troy R Theye says:

    Lately for me, it has been about this 35 Challenge. Staying strong with a a daily routine and using Gods word (wisdom) everyday to keep building a stronger faith. I have mentored with several men within my church and being new to Florida, keeping from distractions and focusing on the right path. It is always good to start over and start fresh with the new flesh and not the old.

  92. Sheldon says:

    Hello brothers i have been a christian for many years now i believe where i am now in my professional life is where God sent me, i have had many success here but i am constantly feeling this pull towards ministry. pray for me that God would make clear to me the direction for my last half of life, i just want to be in his will weather it’s missions or some other area pray for me.

  93. gordon.barrineau says:

    I guess I am like Peter, in fact that is my Confirmation name (Catholic stuff). Most times I fail to apply the experience, knowledge, and good judgment that I should, in any given situation. I don’t think things through..,….

  94. Adam Yochum says:

    Fortunately the only life decisions I am making today is do we need anything from the store and what time I should risk going. I am a firefighter so most of my decisions are on the fly but I do pray for God’s wisdom and guidance for myself, crew, and my leaders.

  95. Seth says:

    I need the wisdom of patience, forgiveness, being a good friend to others. These are areas I struggle with that I know I can grow and do better in.

      • Darin Palmer says:

        I need wisdom to get my family trough the recent loss of our son/stepson and this virus. My family looks to me for strength end guidance to get us through these difficult times. I look to God for my strength.

  96. Walter says:

    Each day I ask for wisdom in decisions that effect those around me. Employees and their families. Running a business in this crazy time creates a new level of decision making.

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