Monday, June 6, 2011

Finding a Prayer Partner

For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them."  Mathew 18:20

Day Two of Week Two emphasized the need for tact and prayer.  Toward the end, the focus was more specifically on the group prayer of Daniel and his compatriots, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah.  They lifted their fervent and ceaseless prayer to the Most High; and He heard them.  Beth Moore's comments on the importance of having prayer partners made me think of the times when I have been blessed by the joint prayers of my sisters and brothers in Christ.  I will always remember and be thankful for the comfort that my online prayer group brought to my soul while Dan was going through his most intense health trials a few years ago.  God placed this particular group of sisters in Christ in my path right at the moment of my most deep need; and He delivered me through their prayers. 

I thank the Lord for my prayer buddies of yesterday and of today; and I pray that He will continue to bless me with them for all times.  If we feel that we don't have prayer partners, it is time to ask the Lord to pair us up with a prayer warrior that will gather with us anytime, in person, by phone, in writing or online, in His name to plead in times of urgent and constant need.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you all for the prayers during my trials of the past few years. God delivered me through it and then from it.


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