Read Ephesians 1:18-20 (https://bit.ly/3gozY5v)
Why do we tell friends in hard situations that we can’t do anything, but “All I can do is pray”? As if prayer is somehow the littlest thing possible. In fact, prayer is the best, greatest, and strongest thing we can do for anyone, when we are praying to the God of the universe. When we pray in the power that we have through Christ Jesus, we have access to all of it. Yet I find prayer difficult, like a kid first riding a bike without training wheels: unsteady and insecure and hesitant. Prayer is nothing more than conversation with God, the Creator of the universe and the Lover of my soul. But saying it’s “nothing more” makes it sound as easy as making oatmeal for breakfast: a few minutes, something to sustain me until the next meal. But by golly, how boring! Prayer isn’t oatmeal; it sustains the soul.
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