Thoughts about Our Prayer Revival

First of all, to all who came to our Prayer Revival, Sunday through Thursday, “Thank you.” I trust that you were encouraged and inspired to seek the face of God for everything.

I have so much that I am still processing in my own mind and heart, but I wanted to write about a few things today.

Here are some of my take-a-ways from our Prayer Revival.

1. This is only the beginning. I am excited about all of the commitments that are being made in the area of prayer.

2. Prayer brings great unity. We were already a church that enjoys unity, but I sense greater unity.

3. God answers prayer. God blessed me with several answers to prayer right in the middle of our week. I am thankful.

4. Prayer really is simple. No one should say, “I don’t know how to pray.” All of our leaders gave us very simple plans to follow.

Methodist minister Samuel Chadwick said, “Satan dreads nothing but prayer. His one concern is to keep the saints from praying. He fears nothing from prayerless studies, prayerless work, prayerless religion. He laughs at our toil, he mocks our wisdom, but he trembles when we pray.”

Let’s make the Devil tremble.

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