Day 1: Overflow (31 Days of Prayer and Prose)

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I pray that your love will overflow more and more, and that you will keep on growing in knowledge and understanding. – Philippians 1:9 NLT

 God, I thank you that your love flows over me even now like a waterfall of goodness. You are so good!  Everything about you is good, and you give good things to your children.  I love you, Father!

God, I pray that even now you’ll touch the hearts of the mamas who are reading this, and comfort them with your presence and give them strength through your joy.

God, I pray that as your love flows over me, that my love will overflow more and more.  It’s because you loved me first that I have any love to give.  Let love flow out to my kids today!  Let my attitude and my face say, “I love you with everything I’ve got!”

Let my love flow out to my husband every day — let me be his biggest supporter, encourager, and cheerleader.

Let my love flow out to those who I meet at the store, at the restaurant, and those who read this blog.

Help me to “keep my love on” with those who have disappointed me, hurt me, and rejected me.

Help me to love unconditionally the way that you love me, even when I don’t do anything to earn it!  You have loved me through it all.  Through the darkest of valleys to new heights of glorious freedom, Your love has carried me through it all!

Your love makes it all possible. It’s because of Your love that I am even here at all and I have all these wonderful blessings around me.

Once again, my prayer for today, Lord, is that I would drink from the overflowing cup of Your copious love today… and really and truly let it flow over on those around me (especially my children). Let the evidence show in my attitude today. 🙂

Love, Tasha

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Tasha

Tasha Medellin is a head-over-heels-in-love wife and not-so-perfect mother of three who loves spending time outdoors, curling up with a good book, and simply basking in the riches of God's glorious grace.

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