What miracles are you trusting the Lord with today?
While the New Testament bristles with unripe prophecy, the church often overlooks its lofty claims for the future. We struggle to muster a faith large enough to encapsulate Bible prophecies like the two we’re about to discuss. So we push them to the backburner, behind the easier-to-swallow passages, and shrug as they fade into ineffectuality.
I've just wrapped up my quiet time with the Lord. My plan was to watch a video Bible study that I've been going through and maybe do a little devotional reading. But as I approached my prayer corner I felt the need to check my phone…
God woke me up again for the third day in a row at 5:00 A.M. to pray. I fought to get out of bed. The idea of sitting in silence and trying to pray felt draining; but, I’ve always done this, and it has never felt this way before. Why is it so different now?
What is shared in this post is something I wrote in a season of despair. I wrote it to remind myself that there is no valley too deep for God to bring me out of. I hope it will remind you of that too.
As we grow in our faith, we grow in our definition of Christian prayer. And this post will help us do just that.