What is the plan of this day and how will you redeem the time? Prayer should be fervent, not breaking with the time that you offer to me to set the course of the day. Your praise in the spirit too, keeps the gates secure, opens the windows to blessings, a time that we might commune, your thoughts to meld with mine, to set your steps and direct your way.
Ask for the tools you need, to gain time, to gain a heart. How will you show yourself to the world today? Will you be wise and kind? Will you take on the armor for battle, displaying the certain tactics that will forge through enemy lines? Always there are skirmishes, not to be dismissed as slight distractions. Be aware of the thief, he comes with his consorts to derail your best laid plans, to divert the river of hope that might save another from his river of maleficence.
Your day, my day, a day to be lived in the fulness I redeem, that you walk on the waters, whether calm seas or ravaging storm, knowing the relinquishing of your faith that is unto me, gains your faith, for you believed and know in the spirit of what is right, what is wisdom from on high, what are the fruits of the spirit to be attained in doing those things set before, in running the course set before, in attaining the true calling set before you.
Call a voice out of the afflicted, pray fervently for you will have the power of casting away even the most coarse, that words of truth pave the way to redemption of yet another who might have slipped away to the enfolding darkness, the lure of ease, the escape of truth where the demonic time will find a way for it follows.
A diligent prayer and steadfast endeavor will burn the mere nuisance of the chaff, leaving dust and the withering screams of serpents in your wake. Be prepared, be full of grace, be already a conquerer, not for thoughts of the future tomorrows, but of this day, my day. God’s glorious words of wisdom and prophecy and knowledge.
5 Be wise in the way you act toward outsiders; make the most of every opportunity. 6 Let your conversation be always full of grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to answer everyone. Colossians 4:5-6 NIV