In the previous text I brought you a phrase that appeared several times in some dreams I had.
Today I want to use this space to pray for clarity. Just as I sought answers from God, I want to pray that He gives us an open heart to receive and understand the messages He has to give us.
Furthermore, I would also like to ask for patience in the process, so that we respect the right time for each step along the way.
You don’t need to pray exactly as I’m going to say here. I know that everyone has their own way of talking to the Father and it is important to have our intimacy with Him. Feel comfortable talking to the Lord in your own way. But if you want, I will be happy to accompany you in this prayer.
“Father, thank you for always speaking to me, for guiding me and comforting me with Your sweet voice. Make my ears attentive to everything You want to tell me. Give me courage and boldness to follow everything You tell me and wisdom to understand and respect each process.
I don’t want to skip steps, God. I don’t want to lose everything You have for me in a rush to live Your promises, because I know that this won’t allow me to live it correctly, completely. Calm my heart and make my Spirit fully trust in You. Without rushing or delaying, having faith in Your perfect timing.
As I wait and walk with You, Lord, prepare me. Shape me and transform who I am, make me grow to receive everything you have for me.
God, visit me with words, show me the plans that You have for my life and teach me, making me grow under Your grace to receive, with maturity and wisdom, Your promises.
Far beyond understanding Your promises, I want to fear them in every detail. Respect their time to be trained, work to be a better version of myself every day and value learning by walking with you until the right time to welcome them.
Thank you for everything that You Lord have already said to me and will say. May my eyes and ears be attentive to Your voice and may my heart be willing in total devotion to follow You without doubt.
I ask you for clarity and discernment. It is in the name of Jesus that I pray. Amen!”