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  • Sean A. Daigre, Sr. | Day 6


Updated: Apr 6, 2020

Welcome to Day 6 of 21 Days of Prayer. In Romans 8:35 we asked, "Who, then, can separate us from the love of Christ? Can trouble do it, or hardship or persecution or hunger or poverty or danger or death cause you to drift away from Christ?"

That's a good question. Is there anything that you will experience, anything powerful enough, anything with enough influence to convince you to drift from the Lord?

Let's face it, life has a way of throwing "things" at us that test the very mettle of our commitments. Especially those commitments we value the most ~ commitment to our families, our commitment to purity, our commitment to Christ.

But strength to be faithful is found in the love birthed in our hearts through Christ. It is our passion for righteous truth that will keep us focused on the things that matter most.

When you drift, remember the love of Christ.

Remember His sacrifice and then speak to yourself, demand discipline, command focus, speak God's Word into your environment and feel life flow into your soul, increasing your faith to hold fast and never quit! Drift right back into his loving arms.


Father, in the name of Jesus, I may drift but I will never quit. Nothing shall separate me from the reality of who You are and what you've done in my life.

Although I may drift, I will not forget the love of Christ.

Let your love flow liberally in my heart and express itself to all in my circle of life. Bring new beginnings into my orbit and opportunities to shine my story so that others my see.

Energize my soul - mind, will and emotions, with Your divine touch; that faith drawn from the protective shield that has kept me safe time and time again.

Although I may drift, I will not forget the love of Christ.

O King of kings and Lord of lords, I declare today that nothing shall separate me from Your love. It's just too good to live life without your presence.

Holy Spirit, draw me back with the love of Christ when my soul drifts from the shelter of Almighty God.

In the name of Jesus I pray, amen.

~Inspiring Hope, Seasoning Faith, Pastor Sean

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