The TENTH Devotional Journal

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Author: Shenica Graham

Shenica R. Graham is the Founder of Heir Force Inc. and GSyndicates Media.

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The TENTH Devotional Journal, Day 1
LORD, I Am Available To You

(p. 1.2)

Day 1 Running Praise

Pray the prayer on this page, or say a prayer of your own. The Prayer Point Card on this page is from the Author to you. Click the card for an enlarged view. You may download and or print the card.

Thank you, God, for your grace and mercy, and love! I pray right now that you ARE and will be the LORD of my life. I surrender my plans to you. I repent of everything not like you. Forgive me, LORD. Save me. Speak to me. Show me you. Lead my steps and order my thoughts to focus on you. Renew my mind and transform me. Teach me how to prioritize the time that you give me.

Holy Spirit, make me sensitive to your movements. Let me recognize when you are working. Let me understand when you are speaking. Give me a sound mind to know you. Create in me a clean heart. Thank you, God, for supplying all of my needs. Thank you for deliverance from every sinful nature and for bringing me to your atmosphere of heaven on earth. I praise you, LORD. You are King of kings and LORD of LORDS.

Reveal your purpose for me in you. Holy Spirit counsel me. Teach me in the ways of the Almighty God. Let me live a life that He to me, “Well done, thy good and faithful servant.“ Holy Spirit, break any and every yoke of bondage in my life. Open the eyes of my heart to see your promise for my future. Expose the enemy’s decrees and cancel his assignments against my purpose. Show me your truth that I might be truly free. Pour out your Spirit in my life. Grant me peace and joy. Give me the grace to identify ways in which I can be available to you. Set my feet to walk a straight path toward you. Keep me in your will. Guard me against wrong influences and negative thinking. Let my heart be free from unforgiveness, malice, strife, envy, and judgment. Let me be rather full of your grace, love, and forgiveness. Let me see the good in others as a reflection of you within me. Let me put you first in everything and trust in your unfailing love. Let me be a conduit of your power to bring peace and joy to my family, my community, my nation, and the world. In JESUS’ name, AMEN.

Reference to the “prayer point” throughout this book is a response to what we experience in life as “pressure points.”

pressure point definition

Pressure points are people, places, things, and experiences that cause stress in our lives. Certain stress relievers are harmful to us and to others. Prayer points are pressure valves that allow us to relieve stress without damaging our vessel of praise.

Stress Buster #1 – When you feel a pressure point such as debilitating stress, think of an honest observation of what is causing this emotional response. If you can, write it down in the form of an end-process statement (e.g., “This attack on my peace is over.”). Then, immediately pray for a strategy to overcome this stressor. Just relaxing is not good enough when that same stressor can come to you again in the same way. If you pray for a strategy and follow-through, you may face that stressor again, but it will not have the same negative effect because of your managed reaction – this is called a coping skill. Maybe you already knew that.

Humbly, openly, and transparently [can I say that] at forty years old (3 years ago) I did not know how to handle stress. I was suffering from chronic panic attacks, up to six per day with some lasting five hours at a time. I had PTSD, Major Depression, and Schizophrenic Bipolar Disorder. I could not sleep through the night. I was agoraphobic and germophobic. I was afraid of everything, even the unknown. It took the prayers of the Saints to bring me out of this darkness and into the darkroom.

The Holy Spirit is key to transitioning from the darkness of sin and a world of emotional traumas (that may or may not have resulted from physical traumas), through the darkroom where God develops your character and prepares you for His calling on your life, to the light of living your purpose in Him. Do not be offended at this. Yes, Bible reading is needed. Consecration is needed. Fasting is helpful and sometimes required. But without the Holy Spirit, your efforts to change are self-managed. However, it is the Holy Spirit that breaks the yoke of sin and makes you free.

You have to ask the Holy Spirit’s presence into your heart. Only this light turned inward can show you in love, the things in you that need to be removed or changed to conform to the heart of God instead of the world. This process is how your mind is renewed. When you pray and ask for the Holy Spirit’s help, then, when you read the Bible, you can have understanding. When you fast and consecrate yourself, you can do it with purpose.

Day 1 Scripture Basis

The following Scripture Basis summarizes today’s learning goal(s). This is what you should take with you from the daily theme to remind you of the day’s lessons.

BookChapterVerse(s)Devotional
Genesis2822“LORD, I Am Available To You”

And this stone, which I have set for a pillar, shall be God’s house: and of all that thou shalt give me I will surely give the tenth unto thee. Genesis 28:22

Day 1 – Running Praise

Suggested Playlist

Put your favorite worship playlist on repeat throughout the day and give GOD continuous praise!


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