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17, For we are not like so many, who peddle the word of God for profit; but we are speaking in Christ before God as persons of sincerity, as persons sent from God. 2 Corinthians 2


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"Out of sight, out of mind." Apr 14, 2014 1 Comment

Absence (does not) make the heart grow fonder. Did you ever forget someone or fail to remember them in prayer, (you never crossed them off the list) and then all of a sudden, the Lord brings them back into your life? Separated small group rejoined. (ie: reunions, contacts, thoughts, etc.) What do you do now with old family of friends? A mind fixed on Our Father – He will automatically cause the remembrance. A desire to pray as you did before during the times of intimacy of relationship at the time of involvement (family, extended family, schoolmates, neighbors, co-workers) has not changed. Your desire to pray as you did then is renewed because of the earlier memory. There is a similar desire as before for Godly action and intervention on their behalf. There is a sense of shame in that past misrepresentation of God at work in lifestyle being unresolved in time of correction. You really meant God’s best for them then and now, except for that sin that ruined any response to answer that call to prayer. (ie: spousal coming together after times of separation) Another function comes into play when meeting old friends once prayed for. In addition to sometimes warm greeting there is inspiration to Holy boldness even with old wounds that asserts a desire for Godly intervention Do You have a Prayer? (Luke 11:1) “One of His disciples asked Him ‘teach us To Pray.” Was he the only one who felt he needed to know to pray? Did he know how to pray? What was John teaching his disciples to pray that Jesus’ disciple wanted? What did the other disciples know about praying? Did they all have a prayer? Do we have a prayer? Do we have a felt need To Pray? Don’t’ misunderstand the need To Pray from our felt needs. There is a difference if our desire is To Pray as Jesus’ taught His disciples and in asking for needs in particular. “Is any sick among you?” “Ask, Seek, Knock.” “Ask that your joy may be full.” “You have not because you ask not.” “”Ask and you shall receive.” Jesus asked, “What do you want me to do for you?” Do you see? Our requests are answered in our prayer To Pray as Jesus taught us To Pray.