Who Needs Prayer?

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1 Thessalonians 5:25 Brethren, pray for us.

Who needs prayer? Paul did. Who was Paul? The man who wrote much of the New Testament, that’s who Paul was. He understood the mysteries of God like no one else, Peter tells us that. Paul heard the voice of God and followed it exactly. Paul started churches all over Eastern Europe and led people to Christ everywhere he went. Who was Paul? We go to his writings for every part of our Christian lives and our church function.

But what did Paul ask for? He didn’t ask for money. He didn’t ask for help. He asked for the one thing that really surprises us, Paul, the great Apostle, asked for prayer.   I don’t think he asked for prayer because he has a cold or some physical or financial issue. Paul knew the level of the spiritual battle that he faced and he knew the value of the prayers of God’s people for the outcomes of those battles.

Whose spiritual battles do you pray for? We have an enemy who hates the work of God at every level. Our enemy is against all that we do for God. Therefore, he creates issues for all of us who are striving to live for Christ and do His work. So, whose spiritual battles do you pray for? If Paul asked for prayer, then so do I. Would you pray for me? Pray for our church services. Pray for one another as you go to work, to school, and struggle to live life. Brethren, pray for us.

Our adult Christmas party is this Saturday night. We forgot to mention the “white elephant” gift exchange. This is a lot of fun for the evening. If you failed to sign up, please let Sandy or Bobbi know that you are coming.


Have a great day in the Lord,


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