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One common expression describing prayer states, “Prayer Changes Things.” This is an encouraging thought for those of us who believe our prayers are heard and make a difference. When we pray, we are hoping for one of two responses: for someone or something to be successful, or for someone or something to change. Our scriptures point to a variety of times when people prayed and something happened in their lives. One of the greatest hopes we can have in prayer is to capture the attention and heart of God. Prayer can reveal our true motivation and the heart behind our hopes. I encourage us all to be reflective in the coming weeks as we take time to pray.
My first encouragement is that prayer can and will become the deepest and most sincere work of our human spirit. When we enter a time of prayer, alone and uninhibited by any distractions, an honesty will emerge that exposes us and prepares us to be enlightened by God’s voice and vision for us. There is no greater starting place in our lives, when we’re hoping for success and needed change, than honesty in the presence of our creator. In the tenth chapter of Acts, Peter, one of Jesus’ earliest disciples, was praying one afternoon when he saw a vision of birds, reptiles, and four-footed creatures being lowered from the sky.
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June 11 - Morning Worship, 10:30 a.m.
Summertime Morning Worship
Beginning Sunday, July 2 through Sunday, September 3 morning worship will start at 10:00 a.m.