#2 The Lord's Prayer Through Psalms

2. When we purposefully choose to seek God's will in our lives, we are putting Him on the throne where He belongs ("hallowed be Your name...")

Question: Think of the one thing you struggle with the most (addiction, lack of forgiveness, bitterness, envy, etc.). Now, remember that God is on the throne, you're His beloved child and He only wants the very best for you.

After praying the above Psalms, what do you plan to do with that struggle? What do you think the Lord wants you to do with it?

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