Reading through Romans: Day Twenty Five

As we spend another day together in the wonderful book of Romans, it is hard not be amazed how words written almost 2,000 years ago can be so relevant for today. The suggested reading for today is Romans 12:14-21. Please leave a comment below with any inspirations you have as you read the passage (or any section of the book of Romans!)

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A possible prayer based on Romans 12:14-21:

“Heavenly Father, there are times when I have been hurt and abused by my enemies, who have sought to harm me and those I love. I confess, Lord, that at times I would like to pay them back for the wrongs they have done. But Lord, I know I have been called to do good to those that treat me badly, to pray for my enemies, and to feed them when they are hungry, for your glory. Draw me closer to yourself I pray, and may the words of my mouth and the actions I do, bring honour to your holy name and blessings to those with whom I come in contact. This I ask in Jesus’ name, amen.”