Ephesians: Chapter 6 Verse 18
And pray in the Spirit
on all occasions
with all kinds of prayers and requests.
With this in mind,
be alert and always
keep on praying for all the saints.
Pray in the Spirit, The Holy Spirit of Jesus, ask Him to help you pray and He will. God loves us to pray, it is our way of talking to Him. We need to know Jesus in our hearts before our prayers can be accomplished by Our Heavenly Father through The Holy Spirit. Yes we do need to pray for each other, all of us need help, none of us are clever enough to go through life on this earth without the Love of God and the prayers of the saints.
Taken from the book: ‘Drink from the Cup’ by J.M.R.Larman
Well – it is good to know that God wants us to pray for each other.
When we pray it is best to ask that it is His will to be done in regard to the person or persons that we are praying for.
Just think of it – our soul prayers, things that we think would be best, are not always in accordance with God’s will and if we continue to pray against His will then that person does not receive the correct blessing that Our Father God in Heaven has for them.
So what should we do?
First of all I think it best not rush in (where Angels fear to tread) as the saying goes and wildly pray what we think is best for maybe our friend or loved one.
Wait and think about what Jesus would pray for in the circumstances in regard to the situation.
Remember our own mind can be fickle – thinking that we know best and not considering the outcome of what we are really praying for.
Also we need to pray for ourselves and thank God for all our Blessings day by day. Thank Him for our families, food and shelter, our health, our finance, our pets (if we have any). Also thank Him for Joy and Laughter.
Thank God our Father in Heaven for Jesus His Son and for The Holy Spirit who is with us always and will help us to pray (especially when we ask Him).
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Matthew: Chapter 1 verse 18.
This is how the birth of Jesus Christ came about:
His Mother Mary was pledged to be married
to Joseph but before they came together,
she was found be be with child through
The Holy Spirit.
Mary must have been a beautiful young woman spiritually to be so obedient to God saying yes to what He asked of her. How many of us can truly say that we are obedient to submit ourselves to the ways of The LORD? Dear LORD God I pray today that I may be more obedient to your voice and not to my own wants. In being obedient to you I kow that you will be a blessing me even more than I can ever imagine. Thank you for Mary the Mother of my Saviour – Jesus Christ my Lord. Amen.
The above is from the book: ‘Drink from the Cup’ by J.M.R. Larman.
It makes you think dosn’t it – what would we do in the same situation that Mary was in. She must have only been about 16yrs. old or somewhere in her teenage years. Now adays most teenagers would laugh at the idea but – if an Angel appeared before them what ever would they do? Most probably faint on the spot or try to run. But Mary listened to the Angel and what a blessing for us that she did, so that now we can invite Jesus into our hearts into our lives and know that in Eternity we can be with God our Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ if indeed we do invite Him to be Lord of our Life.
Just think how beautiful the Angels must be in the Heavenly Realm.
I Pray that you have a lovely Day today.
** God Bless You **