Psalm 77 :The Consoling Memory of God’s Redemptive Works
I cried out to God with my voice-to God with my voice; and He gave to ear to me. In the day of my trouble I sought the Lord; my hand was stretched out in the night without ceasing, my soul refused to be comforted. I remembered God, and was trouble; I complained, and my spirit was overwhelmed. Psalm 77:1-3
I will place hand on my heart, and remember all my blessings; I will remember to be grateful for everything; even the things I do not understand. I am grounded in Your Unfailing Love, and Faithfulness. I am grounded in Christ Jesus, Your Son, because He died on the Cross for all my sins, I am Forgiven, I am Redeemed, I am Loved, I am the child of the King.
Take away all my fears, and give me Your Peace which surpasses all understanding. As I breath in, may Your peace fill my lungs, and as I breath out, may my desire to control be relinquished. Give me the gift of faith to trust You Lord Jesus, in all things be exalted above my troubles, above my enemies, and above my fears.
Thank You Lord, thank You for hearing me, thank You for drawing close to me, and calming my spirit within me, thank You Jesus. Thank You Father, thank You for sending Your Son. Thank You, Holy Spirit, thank You for guiding me in thought, prayer, and hope.