Today’s Featured Scripture: 1 Thessalonians 5:17
17. Never stop praying.
Hi WBFWE Family. Happy Blessed Thursday. I do pray that your day is off to an awesome start. I plead the blood of Jesus over you mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Enjoy your day and be safe in your comings and goings. Remember you are blessed to be a blessing!
Some scriptures don’t need a lot of ad lib… and this is one of those scriptures. Enjoy!
The Word tells us to NEVER STOP PRAYING. And in this day and time this is ohhhhh so true. Never stop praying is used as a nice clique, but should be a way of life for Christians, especially in what’s going on in today’s environment/society/world. Whether it’s COVID-19, the delta variant, politics and ever changing laws, senseless crimes and killings, unemployment, health situations, financial situations, family, etc… all these things beg for us to focus on them; pay attention to them; worry about them; fix them; look to world/society/each other for answers. All these things have the tendency to make us worry worry worry and more worry:-). And when we worry we add stress to our life, mind, body, and the situation. And we all know stress solves absolutely ZERO, NADA, NUFFIN.
Stress is an effective tool of the enemy and world that causes us to lose focus of Our Heavenly Father and Lord and Savior. And because we have turned up the volume to 1000 on our worries/stress/concerns, we’ve tuned out the Holy Spirit. Worry doesn’t change anything… prayer changes everything… but we have the tendency to worry more than we pray. Sometimes our worries/stress/concerns last longer because we don’t pray like we should. We stay in our feelings and emotions and head about what’s going on more than we stay in the Word, more than we stay close to the Father and Son, and more than we pray.
Wanna see change? Wanna see results? Wanna stop stressing? Pray and NEVER STOP PRAYING!
Food For Thought: When our relationship is RIGHT with the Father… Prayer is NOT an option but A WAY OF LIFE.
Song: Won’t Stop Praying by Deitrick Haddon