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Hi. I hope you are doing well. I love this verse from Psalm 65, “You who answer prayer, to you all people will come.”

There’s a lot to be praying about these days, isn’t there? Someone needs to keep praying for the Irma and Harvey hurricane recovery efforts underway in Florida and Texas.

In a recent “60 Minutes” expose they uncovered the plague that’s sweeping through America with opioid addiction. In case you missed it you can see:

America is facing the worst drug epidemic in our history, striking 100,000’s of families and killing 140 people each day since 2015.

In the midst of such crisis points, you and I need to know what our assignment is. God has made His house a house of prayer for all peoples. The reason for this is with every situation, whether it’s a natural disaster or a series of destructive human choices there is always a spiritual component.

So even when you think, “Hey, there’s NOTHING I can do about that situation,” the truth is YOU CAN always PRAY. And your prayer opens the way, removes the obstacles, dispatches ‘escapes from death’ when you tap into God’s power.

What is your prayer assignment? Do you know?

Ask yourself: What moves my heart? What angers me? Stirs me up?

Go with that. Begin praying, now.

The Lord has no problem with us sharing our own needs. “He is a present help in times of trouble.” But remember it doesn’t stop there. He invites YOU to partner with Him and release His help by making a pathway through your prayers.

“Prayer is God’s ordained way to bring His miracle power to bear in human need.” Dr. Duewel

Go ahead and PRAY ATTENTION.

The world needs you and I activated in our assignment. Can I hear an AMEN?

In His love and mine,

Kathleen Dillard