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Daily Prayer Devotionals

Look below for this week's daily prayer devotionals written by leaders here at TACC. These devotionals are designed to help guide you as you read and pray through the scriptures. You can find our current reading schedule on our Shock & Awe page. You can also pick up printed copies at the back table of the worship center or in the church office. Scroll to the bottom of the page for downloads to of each month's devotional guides. 

Aril 16 - 22

Monday, 4/16, John 18: Jesus, you saved us from your Father’s wrath and our due punishment for sin. You did this while exposing our twisted ideas of justice and the failure that comes with our ideas of good and evil. You let us justify the execution of our perfect God in light of our human pride, jealousy and self-justified expediency. You used our faithlessness and your faithfulness to secure our only means of salvation, the cross. Jesus, let the cross always remind us of our sin against you and your forgiveness of it. Amen! [v 18:14]

Tuesday, 4/17, John 19: Jesus, we expected our King on earth to be sitting on a gold throne and commanding mighty armies. But you showed us your authority in a beaten man, wearing a crown of thorns and hung on the throne of a wooden cross. You turned this world upside down and gave us an image we can only begin to understand. Jesus, empty me of all my pride. You humbled yourself to the point of death to expose my sin and offer a means of forgiveness. Help me know you better. [v 19:5 ]

Wednesday, 4/18, John 20: Jesus, you rose from the dead as you said you would, and you had it recorded in your scripture. You gave us your scripture so that we may believe that You are the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing we may have life in your name. We thank you for what you have done, and we thank you for giving us the desire and the ability to know who you are through what you have done in the scriptures. [v 20:31]

Thursday, 4/19, John 21: Jesus after all you endured on the cross on account of our sin, you seek our fellowship. Jesus whenever I eat breakfast, remind me of the time you made breakfast on the beach, for the very men who abandoned you, who denied you and who doubted you. Jesus, convict me and help me to practice your forgiveness and hospitality to others as you have so generously done for me. [v 21:12]

Friday, 4/20, John 1: Jesus, you are your Word, the scripture we read and the Holy Spirit that powers us and allows us to reflect your glory. In the darkness, we did not comprehend your light, but you chose us despite our sin and brokenness, to be your light to the World. Jesus we are blessed to live in your light and bring that light to your creation, every day. [v 1:5]

Saturday, 4/21, John 2: Like the first disciples, we don’t always understand your word. Help us always to be learning, so when the time comes, like your disciples, we will remember what you say and believe the scripture and the words that you have spoken. [v 2:22]

Sunday, 4/22, John 3: Jesus, like the time Nicodemus first met you, we sometimes wrestle with your truth. Forgive us for so easily straining our ideas against yours. Motivate us to constantly seek knowledge of you, and motivate in us a desire that everything we do is done through you and the knowledge of who you truly are. [v 3:9, 3:21]

January Devotionals (PDF)

February Devotionals (PDF)

March Devotionals (PDF)

April Devotionals (PDF)