“Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything.” Philippians 4:6 NLT “Don’t worry about it!” We’ve all heard that from family or friends but for many, myself included, it’s not much help because of worry’s power to pacify and immobilize us as victims of our circumstances. Breaking free from worry’s grip as this verse suggests, …
How is that possible one asks, when fear and frustration so easily distract and derail us from staying our mind on Him and trusting Him to give us the peace we so desperately need?
Jesus’ promise of the multiplied power of a prayer of agreement, even with just one other person, speaks volumes to the benefit of seeking out partners with whom to pray.
Because He is the God of hope, no matter what our circumstances, He provides a way for us to face it, and navigate our way through it with grace and confidence.
Since then many, including myself, have seen the names of those prayerfully written on that concrete floor come to faith, and their names, by God’s grace, also written in heaven.