As John Wesley Said…

This is my interpretation of John Wesley’s covenant service in 1775. 

Dear God, I am not mine, but I am yours.                                                                                                         

Give me to do, what you would have me do.                                                                              

Give me things to do, let me suffer for you, working for you, or be set aside for you.

Lift me up or bring me to the lowest, all for you Lord

Whether I be full or empty,

Let me have everything or not one thing,

I live for your glory, your pleasure and at your disposal

Now God the Father, Christ the Son and the Holy Spirit, 

All I have, all that I am, is yours

I promise you this here on earth, but pray that you ratify it in heaven. Amen

Bug Free by Prayer and Common Sense

I just spoke at a campground that was invested by mosquitoes. The organizer wanted us outside. I braced myself for lots of squishing as I delivered my message. However, we all prayed the place bug-free and the leader helped God out by thoughtfully lighting several bug deterrent candles and placing them on each table. What a difference it made to both us and to the bugs. Not one of them lost their lives during my message.

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Who Is Praying?

Every now and again, I am shocked to spot my name on the prayer list of the writing group I belong to. Why ever do they pray for me? Just because they can, that’s why. They pray regularly for every member.

That begs the question…do we really know who is praying for us? (click to tweet)

No, we do not. Somewhere, perhaps across the ocean, in another country, or even in the home of someone you consider to be an enemy, someone, led by the Holy Spirit, is praying for you.

So then when God brings even a difficult person to mind, can we do any less?

When someone gives you a hard time, respond with the energies of prayer for that person (Luke 6:27, MSG). (click to tweet)

Prayer: Lord, as you direct us in prayer today, we will listen and obey. In Jesus’ Name. Amen.

from- http://underthecoverofprayer.wordpress.com/2014/01/29/whos-praying/