Living a Life of PRAISE



Prayerful Friends

“Again, I tell you that if two of you on earth agree about anything you ask for, it will be done for you by my Father in heaven. For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them.”
Matthew 18:19, 20

This verse ignites with the power of the Holy Spirit. When the Spirit brings unity between you and another person, there must be immediate prayer. He is bringing you together to unite on a common request or desire or burden. Never ignore this collision. We have been given the gift to be aligned with the living God and see His miracles unfold when we ask accordingly. We need to daily be aware of where the Spirit is leading so we can experience all God has for us.

If you are stuck and want to be in agreement with God, talk to a friend you know will speak truths to you and then pray for change. If you and a friend are in agreement for another friend who is sick or in sin or straddling the fence, don’t just talk about them, pray for them. That eliminates gossip and it allows all of you to rejoice when you see God move in the situation.

Prayer for Today:
God bring people into our life we can trust so that in times of need we have a place to turn. May we be so in tune with You, our prayers are heard and we have the faith to believe they will be answered.

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  1. * Liz Logan says:

    Good stuff girl!

    | Reply Posted 8 years, 3 months ago
  2. * janetgodby says:

    Erin,
    Your writings are wonderfully thoughtful and encouraging to others. We are proud of your gifts God is using to help others, and Matt’s gift of Music blessing your new church. Your ministry as a couple devoted to the Lord continues. You have shown such strength through the valleys and such humbleness on the Mountain Top. God is good and may his Grace sustain us all. We Love You.
    Your Mother

    | Reply Posted 8 years, 3 months ago


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