So much to praise you for, O Lord. After listening to my doctor friend talk about the injustice of the social medicine system, I praise you that we are not powerless like he is. In you there is power in prayer, power to praise, to protest, to ask for provision, to be proactive and bring change.
You, Lord God, are so gracious to pour your power into our feeble lives through prayer. You give us full, immediate, intimate access to your throne room so we can bring all to you, and join you in what you are doing in each instance. I praise you for your great answers to prayer, for how you are working in the lives of those we are interceding for, for the way you are bringing change. We praise you, too, for the prayers that have yet been answered as far as we can tell—but we know you are at work doing so, for you are thankful.
We shout from the housetops your greatness and goodness and glory. You are worthy of praise, you are worthy of adoration, you are worthy of obedience, for you are pure, positive and perfect. In you can we trust!