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Prayer For Strength And Courage In Difficult Times

Prayer For Strength And Courage In Difficult Times

In the midst of my stormy times, I lift up my eyes to you and pray that you would give me strength and courage. Amen

Dear Lord,

Dear Lord,

I ask for your strength and courage in these difficult times. Please give me the strength to endure, and the courage to be strong. Help me with my weaknesses so that I may face this storm with bravery and confidence. Give me the strength to do what is right, even when it would be easier not to. Grant me patience and understanding as I continue on my journey through life, especially when others are lost in their own storms or distractions.

You are my strength and my courage. You are my rock.

You are my strength and my courage. You are my rock.

I trust that you will give me the strength to face this difficult time, the courage to continue on through it, and the wisdom to know what is best for me.

Thank you for being with me in this moment when I feel so confused and unsure of myself. Help me to find clarity about what I need to do next so that I can take care of myself in a healthy way.

You are my peace in the midst of the storm. I do not need to fear because you are with me.

God, you are my peace in the midst of the storm. I do not need to fear because you are with me. You have given me strength and courage to find a way through this difficulty, and so I turn to you for help now. Please give me the strength that I need as I face this challenge with confidence in your presence with me.

God, we know that you are always there for us when we call on you during difficult times. We know that when we ask for help, you will be there with us to do whatever is necessary in order to get us through those hard times. We can trust in your goodness and mercy as we walk through this difficult time together; please let our faith keep us strong even when all seems lost!

Amen

Amen is a Hebrew word meaning “so be it.” It is used to express agreement at the end of prayers, hymns, sermons, and speeches. Amen is also used in conversations to indicate that what has been said or finished has been accepted by all parties involved.

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