The Future Is As Bright As The Promises Of God

The Privilege of Prayer

Especially Made

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What does prayer do? The sovereign and omniscient God knows what we need before we ask Him. “Even before a word is on my tongue, behold, O LORD, you know it altogether” (Psalm 139:4). So why pray?

Earlier this month, I received an email requesting prayer for someone, who was soon to undergo major surgery. A number of emails were going back and forth with updates on her condition, what doctors were saying, and when they would schedule the surgery. One of the emails contained the date and time that the procedure was to take place. I kept this in mind, with the intention of praying at the exact time that the doctors were going to perform the surgery. One night, when I opened my inbox, it was flooded with several emails. “Praise The Lord!” “He answered our prayers.” “She’s doing well in the recovery room.” Wait a minute

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