– I just want to serve Jesus without shame.
– I want to write music that glorifies Him and encourages others who know and don't know Him.
– I want to encourage the youth I come in contact with in their lives. I want them to know their worth, that they have abilities and talents that they can use to help others.
– I want to model this to them.
– I want to be a daddy–not a father, a daddy.
– I want to sing my kids to sleep.
– I want to be independent.
– I want to challenge my Christian friends to strive for their faith and not get caught up in the hype of our society.
– I want to challenge myself in that same way.
– I want to be satisfied with Jesus alone.
– I want to have a hold on theology enough that I can accept I will NEVER fully understand God; after all, if I could fully understand God, He wouldn't be much of a God.
– I want to receive love; I want to learn how to do so.
– I want to be able to say "thank you" when someone compliments me rather than explain why I don't deserve the compliment.
– I want joy, much more than happiness. I want to know that no matter how bad things are, God is good and I have joy and can rest in that.
– I want from the depths of my soul to connect with God daily; I want to know how He wired me so I can do that more efficiently.
– I want to be the kind of Christian that non-Christians know they can come to with all their baggage and get nothing but love and empathy from–same goes for Christians.
– I want to stop holding onto vanity that creeps up ever so often.
– I want to regain the self confidence that has gone by the wayside
– I want to be a light especially in the dark places.
– I want to truly feel my worth through God's eyes.
– I want to stop doing the things I hate; I can't do it alone.
– I want to have beautiful feet (Romans 10:15).
– I want to remember to pray for the armor of God (Ephesians 6:10-20) daily.
– I want to love people for the sake of loving people, because they have value.
– I want my yearning and need for Jesus to grow with every passing day.
– I want to be a better friend.
– I want to be a better youth pastor.
– I want to be a better son.
– I want to be a better brother.
– I want to be a better student.
– I want to be a great husband
We are encouraged to present our requests to God. What does your list look like?