WWJD is an acronym with an origin story that is older than than you may think. WWJD is an acronym for What Would Jesus Do. This sentiment is an admonition to make decisions and live one’s life in the same way that Jesus Christ would. The phrase What Would Jesus Do was coined by Charles Sheldon, a Congregationalist Church minister in Topeka, Kansas in 1886. WWJD
My WWJD Prayer...
Walk with me today Jesus in everything I do, Keep me by your side Jesus that I may learn from you. Be with me in the morning, be with me through the day, keep your hand upon me please, in everything I do and say. In each of my activities may I always turn to you, In all of my decisions lets me first ask...What Would Jesus Do?