Wednesday, November 7, 2012

What to do?

"When someone asks us to pray for them, if possible, stop and pray on the spot. Recognize that we, the church, are the hands and feet of Christ. Be faithful in the small things. Refuse the fear of man and the fear of taking a risk. Protect your life from busyness. You are only anointed to do what God calls you to do."
Steve Sampson, Discerning and Defeating the Ahab Spirit


KathyB. said...

We have made it a practice in our gathering to pray immediately with someone when they ask for prayer.You are right about being faithful in the small things.

It is easy to say "I will pray for you", almost a cliche in Christian communities, yet most of us do pray for one another. Often it is the one most important and very best thing we can do for each other. Easy to forget sometimes though in the busyness. I like that line "protect your life from busyness".

He is Risen, Praise Him !

L. D. Burgus said...

It is a very good point. Have a great Easter day.

Ken said...

Hi Karen,
You are so right, stop and pray right then, if we don't, we may never lift that prayer up to heaven.
God bless,

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