Our Pastor asked everyone with unsaved children to come forward for prayer this morning. The line stretched all the way up and down the aisle.
THIS is more than enough reason for our church to be DEEP in prayer.
And the unsaved children aren’t the only ones. Unsaved spouses. Unsaved parents. Unsaved friends. Unsaved siblings.
We all know someone.
What do we choose to do?
Today in church we were challenged with the story of D.L. Moody's commitment to pray for 100 people he knew who did not know Christ. Moody prayed incessantly for them. The story concludes with 96 of these souls believing in Christ at the time of his death. The other 4 became believers at his funeral. This deeply challenges and moves me. My prayer life for the salvation of others, even my very own loved ones, is not anywhere near this committed. Change me, Lord! Isn't this such an encouragement and a challenge? 🙏🏼
After this morning’s service and then seeing this post by my writer friend, Amanda Bacon, I knew God was steering me to pray for the unsaved.
I dare you to make a list.
Write them down.
Keep the list handy.
And I mean PRAY HARD.
Make this your priority. Plead on their behalf.
Your prayers could make all the difference.
I’m starting my list tonight of 100 people.
Won’t you join me?
Your prayers make a difference. God has called us to pray for others. The closer we draw to God, the closer He comes to us. Our lives can be transformed by interceding on behalf of others.
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