I love this verse in Psalms, “let all the faithful pray to You while you may be found…” Psalm 32.
It’s time for you to find God in prayer.
Prayer is not an add on or an afterthought. It’s the main event. Prayer is the hinge on the door of God’s power. It’s the place where destines are settled and outcomes are revealed. From here rewards are released and the irresistible influence of heaven bears down on mankind.
You might be at the forefront of the medical battle in hospitals, labs or administration. You may be in law enforcement. You might be standing up as a voice for racial equality. Or helping a loved one struck hard by coronavirus or under the strain of joblessness.
Wherever your story finds you at this time, you and I need to embrace a 911 priority in the prayer room.
“Every Christian should pray at least
one violent prayer every day.”
- Dr Gordon Lindsay
I’m not going to preach to you about prayer.
But I am going to extend a reminder: turn up the flame on your prayer life and turn off the television, radio and social media.
In fact, whatever you’re doing with media outlets and entertainment what if you cut that in half right now and gave the other half to God? What if you tried this for 1 week?
In His love and mine,
Resources for you:
- Check out this story from Revive Our Hearts:
- Here is a prophetic dream and real life encounter humbly shared by Pastor Willie Soans. Take a few minutes to listen to Pastor Soans and ask the Lord about what he says.
- Encouraging worship from Keith Green.
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Kathleen, THANK YOU SO MUCH! Your words and ways to encourage me have been so perfectly from the Lord in absolutely the right timing. Yes, I have ALWAYS loved Keith and Melody Green, too. May the Lord continue to open your eyes for how to use you for His sake. Amen and amen!
Thank you, Kathleen, for your support, reminders, and inspiration. While I rarely if ever comment, I do always read and consider what you say and encourage and often say aloud, “Amen to that!” Sometimes I repeat what you say to others, and I always cite you as the source. You make a difference even when you are unaware of it. May God continue to bless you as you bless others.