Prayer isn’t murmuring a few words when troubles come. You’re talking to Almighty God, and your prayers mean so much! When the accuser hurls lies and you’re suddenly in a bad situation, do you cry out for prayer? Do you turn to others and in desperation, asked them to pray? I believe Christians aren’t the only ones who do. Prayer should surely be the first and most important reaction for those who do follow Christ when they’re hit with fiery darts.
I’ve been angry. I’m going to be pretty honest here. There have been times when I have been very mad at God. Angry enough to yell and scream. But is that ever okay? When I lost a pregnancy, I was so sure was a child promised to me by God, I was furious. I yelled. I screamed. Angry, I drove sixteen hours to a campground, yelling and screaming the entire drive, so I could spend some time with Him and hopefully gain some insight.
The year 2017 is rapidly coming to a close and will be immediately followed by 2018. A brand new year with lots of time to begin new traditions or habits and stop menacing old ones. I would like to invite you to do something my best friend taught me to do for each New Year. When you are in your quiet place talking to Jesus, ask Him to give you a word for the upcoming year
It was three thirty in the morning, and I turned the light on to shine until daylight came. Maybe you are thinking that I was afraid of the dark, I wasn’t. I had been woken by some noisy rodents who like to play in the dark.
Dunkirk stands in History as Proof that Prayer and Action can Make a Difference! In 1940, the tide of World War II loomed fatal for the 400,000 Allied Forces pinned down on the beaches of Dunkirk. Surrounded by enemy troops. No way out. Appointed to perish, or so it appeared.
Covering others in prayer is essential. Have you ever had to go somewhere that made you feel a little uncomfortable? Have you asked friends and family to cover you in prayer while you were there?