To You, Lord, who is able to do abundantly more than we can ask or think, according to the power that works in us, I bring to you my daily work. (Ephesians 3:20)
Lord, right here, right now, I declare these words of yours as truth: “The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. But you came that we may have life, and have it to the full.”
Your purpose is to save us from our sins and free us from sin.
Your purpose is to heal all of all sickness. Not some sickness, but all sickness.
Your purpose is to heal all of all affliction, infirmities, disease, addiction, injury, and deformity.
Your purpose is to heal the brokenhearted and those broken in spirit.
Your purpose is to comfort all who are depressed, stressed, and anxious.
Your purpose is to bring joy to all who are sorrowful.
Your purpose is to bring love where you find hate.
Your purpose is to bring peace where there is conflict.
Your purpose is to bring liberty to those held captive.
Your purpose is to harvest fruit where good seed is sown.
Your purpose is to bless the works of our hands when we work in your will.
Your purpose is to bless us to be a blessing to others.
Therefore, Lord, I claim that your purpose is to bless me. Not that I might keep your blessings for myself, but that I can share your blessings with others. This is my purpose and joy: that I may bless others to share in the abundant life you destined them to enjoy.
I now look expectantly for your purpose to be done today, for your will to be done today, on earth and in my life with the same expediency and efficiency as your will is done in heaven.
May it be so.