“Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful.” Colossians 4:2. I have been in an unplanned time of fasting my written word. Prayer is taking even greater preeminence, and therefore I am compelled to come away; to spend time with my heavenly Father. When we spend time in prayer, God’s way permeates our perspective. We
Father, please help me by your Holy Spirit to live with revelation knowledge, that I may grow in patience, and do what is right. Please help me to love wisdom, and to learn all I can; so that my life will flourish and prosper. Please help me to be quick to forgive, as I walk
I love this time of year when you can hear, taste, and see the salty sea wind. I love this time of year when it’s clear that change is upon us. The leaves have begun turning, and the last full blooms of summer are in all their splendor. School buses filled with children, their hearts
“If you acknowledge and confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord [recognizing His power, authority, and majesty as God], and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.” (Romans 10: 9 AMP). How is this possible? For with the heart a person believes [in Christ as Savior]
Father, I desire to “walk in a manner worthy of the Lord [displaying admirable character, moral courage, and personal integrity], to fully please (You) in all things, bearing fruit in every good work and steadily growing in the knowledge of God [with deeper faith, clearer insight and fervent love for (Your) precepts].” Amen. (Colossians 1:10,
He started noticing people responding to him with smiles
He is holding your tears and prayers in consecration.
Gratitude and trials can coexist.