God works in our lives every day. Sometimes God shows up in dramatic and spectacular ways. Other times God shows up in a quiet, still and subtle way. We have all heard about “the still
small voice.” At times if you want to see God work in your life, you have to stop what you are doing, step away from all the distractions, and focus on God. Then you will hear His still small
Last Sunday we began our series on the six healthy habits of highly successful Christians jumping off of Steve Covey’s seven habits of highly successful people.
Last week we said regular worship is one of the healthy habits but not only that, our worship must be real and authentic. It must be in spirit and in truth.
This week, I would like us to consider prayer. The scriptures say prayer is the key to all the spiritual power in our lives. The failure to practice personal prayer renders us spiritually weak and ineffective. Hebrews 4:16 says, “Let us come before the throne of grace with confidence to obtain grace and find mercy to use in time of our need.” Some people ask the question if God already knows all our needs, why do we need to pray?