Prayer

Prayer

Smith Wigglesworth said, “I’d rather pray fifty-nine minutes and do one minute of work for God, than pray one minute and work fifty-nine minutes for God.”

How inspired is our work for God?

Or do we just work for God as a matter of habit and hope for the best?

Where is the power in our work for God?

What legacy trails behind us?

John Wesley got up early in the morning before his 12 hour days, just to pray until the power came.

The Lord.  His secret?

Prayer in private, often early in the morning in a lonely, desolate, place.

How inspired and lasting is our work for God?

Or does it evaporate as soon as we leave a room?

Are we powerful or just busy?

Chaplain Larry Limbaugh
Signature Healthcare of Gainesville
chaplain.gainesville@signaturehealthcarellc.com

 

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