Prayer Warriors

June 25, 2009




Recruiting the Prayer Warriors

From the very beginning, what we were experiencing was overwhelming.  How could we get through this journey alone?  Simply put, we couldn’t.  As we were needing to update others, it felt like the telephone was surgically attached to our ears.  Frankly, it was wearing on us.  I saw it in my children’s faces.  Exhausted and knowing we needed prayer, it was time that I looked beyond ourselves and ask for help.

                Emails – that would work.  I could type a message out to the masses, say it once, everyone would hear the same thing and the prayers from family and friends could begin immediately.  Praise God for technology.

These emails were the first of many.  They provided a valuable venue to broadcast information and disseminate to many.  It also provided an avenue to share how the Lord’s presence was strong despite the storms.

The emails would tell God’s story, by using our story.

Do you have a situation that needs prayer coverage?  You don’t need to “go it alone”, you know.  Brothers and sisters in Christ want to serve in the battles raging before you…. WITH YOU.  Enlist them, recruit them and then let them lift up their praises and petitions before our God who delights to hear from his children. 



Dear Lord:


Why is it so hard to always ask for help?  Please remove my stubbornness that seems to get in the way of being vulnerable in asking for help from others.  May they experience the joy that comes with serving you and may all the praise and glory by yours.  Amen



“If anyone speaks, he should do it as one speaking the very words of God.  If anyone serves, he should do it with the strength God provides, so that in all things God may be praised through Jesus Christ.:

                                                                                                                – 1 Peter 4:11



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    tnx for info!!…

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