Day 1: Read Matthew 6:9. What does the name “Father” mean to you? For your understanding of God? For the way you approach Him?
Day 2: Read James 4:8. What habits and practices help you to come near to God? What hinders your drawing near to God? How can you become more intentional to open space in your life to come near to God today?
Day 3: Read Psalm 103:13-14. How has God been like a good father to you in the past week? How does your relationship with your earthly father influence your relationship with your Heavenly Father?
Day 4: Read 1 Peter 5:7. Cast means to let go, you just drop it. What anxiety, fears, worries are you holding on to? Why? As you pray today, take time to let go specifically of any anxiety, worries or fears.
Day 5: Read Luke 11:11-13. When I start my prayers with God as my Father, He brings His heavenly power for everyday earthly living. I welcome Him to act in the everyday events of my life and of those I pray for. Where can you invite God to act in your life today? I need God, my good Heavenly Father, to…
Day 6: Read Matthew 6:9. Jesus is the One who makes God “our Father” and not just “His Father”. In what ways do you try to work for your “sonship” rather than just accepting your adoption into God’s family? What are some advantages of being God’s child rather than just His creation?
You can GO DEEPER this week by reading the book "The Praying Life" by Paul Miller.