Where does cluttered thinking come from? You might be overwhelmed with tasks, or maybe you lack organization. Or perhaps you’re facing a serious life challenge.
Time spent in prayer is the key to clear thinking. It might seem like you don’t have time to pray. You might not feel like praying either. But when you communicate with God, he shows you how to set your priorities.
First, the Lord puts your soul in line with his spiritual truths. From that place of peace, you can understand things better. When you see things from a heavenly perspective, you focus on what really matters.
In prayer, the Lord reveals to you where you might be missing things. When you spend time in his presence, you live more according to God’s will. That is where you will find the greatest clarity.
Audio message and prayer from Vincent:
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Blessed is the one
whose transgressions are forgiven,
whose sins are covered.
Blessed is the one
whose sin the Lord does not count against them
and in whose spirit is no deceit.
You are my hiding place;
you will protect me from trouble
and surround me with songs of deliverance.
I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go;
I will counsel you with my loving eye on you.
Psalm 32:1-2, 7-8
PRAYER FOR CLARITY OF THE MIND
O merciful Lord,
So much clutter fills my mind. I’m unfocused & distracted. Help me, O Lord. In your grace I seek clarity.
Show me again, O Lord, the essence of my faith. Reveal to my heart once more how Christ sets me free.
May your mercy sink in deep and saturate my soul. And when I doubt or hesitate may Jesus, crucified, appear to me again.
Let the mystery of you giving your Son for me cast away my doubts and fears. I am purified and cleansed. This broken & weary soul finally finds sweet rest.
And from my place of humility, I stand firm upon your strength. You make all things new. Your grace shines over my life, and a new dawn arrives.
I see clearly now. I am loved. I am free.
In Jesus name,