Eve knew right from wrong and did it anyway (Genesis 3).
Jezebel spoiled everything she touched, especially her husband (1Kings 21:4-16).
Rahab used her reputation to save the two spies and her mind to save her family (Joshua 2 & 6:12-25).
Mary was favored among women (Luke 1:28).
Martha was too busy with things of this world all the preparations and doing her duty (Luke 10:38-42).
Mary sought what was better (Luke 10:38-42).
Miriam was shaken when she rebelled against Moses (Numbers 12:1-16).
Esther obeyed Mordecai and kept herself blameless, saving her nation (Esther 4).
Michal scorned David for dancing in the street. God then left her childless (2 Samuel 6:14-23) .
Sarah doubted and was impatient about having a child, so she gave Abraham her handmade Haggar to have a child (Genesis 16).
Hagar ran away and found the God who saw her (El Roi).
Deborah did what needed to be done. She did what the Lord instructed her to do. She made all of the decisions and she judged all of Israel (Judges 4:4).
We pray that we, knowing right from wrong, would choose what is right and honorable in Your sight at all times. Help us to properly love those in our household and show them the love that You have shown us. May we be full of wisdom and be able to discern what Your perfect will is for our lives and how we apply it. Your wisdom and knowledge is so much more vast than anything that we can even comprehend. Lord, we want to follow You with all of our heart. Please mold our heart to be humble, teachable, submissive, obedient, and worshiping to You and You alone. Help us to do Your will no matter what. May we seek You and not worry about the things of this world. Let us follow those You have put in charge over us as a good Godly example. May we serve with the right attitude. Lord, we want to be blameless in Your eyes. Help us to not scorn anyone, but rather show Your mercy as we ourselves need mercy. Let us be full of faith and patient under trials. We need Your help to be longsuffering. May the only place we run to is in to Your arms and never away from You. May we always and only do what You want us to do, go where You want us to go and say that which You want us to say. Here we are, Lord, use us. In Jesus’ name. Amen.
If you do not know Jesus but would like to know more about Him, including how you can be saved, please read the following blog titled,
You Never Let Us Go. God bless. https://thefathersfeet.wordpress.com/2020/01/07/you-never-let-us-go/