New Testament Reference

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Lord of All

It is a blessing to know You’re in charge and to see the enemy throw a temper tantrum when his freedom to kill babies may be thwarted. It thrills the hearts of Your church when You show up.

But the threats to our children continue to be ramped up. Influential voices in our society and within the AMA have publicly endorsed abuse and mutilation of children as young as pre-schoolers in the name of gender transition.

Our public schools continue to deny parents a voice concerning appropriate curriculum for their children grades K-12.

The attack on our children’s innocence is unrelenting.

Teach us how to get on our knees and fight. Show us the power that righteous prayer has before Your throne.


Scripture: “The prayer of a righteous people is powerful and effective.” James 5:16

God is Listening; Speak Up

It is a sad truth that many (most?) believers consider prayer the last option in a crisis or life issue. All too often, we turn first to the other readily available sources; friends, TV, pop psychology, the latest trends in culture…all usually offering worldly, secular answers on finances; relationships; parenting; dependency issues…the list is endless. Somehow we’ve lost sight of the many promises in Scripture which advise us to make God our first and only option for solving life’s complex and troubling issues. Here is just a taste of what God has promised (all from the NLT):

“Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God everything (tell Him what’s on your mind). Tell God what you need and thank Him for all he’s done. If you do you will experience God’s peace…” (Philippians 4:6-7a)”

“The godly will rejoice in the Lord and find shelter in Him…” (Psalms 64:10a)

“The Lord is far from the wicked, but He hears the prayers of the righteous (His children)” (Proverbs 15:29)

“If any of you need wisdom—if you want to know what God wants you to do—ask Him and He will gladly tell you. He will not resent you asking. But when you ask Him, be sure you really expect Him an answer…” (James 1:5-6a)

But, He expects to be your final authority.

God hears the petitions (prayers) of His children…He desires only our best, whether its for ourselves, our families or our communities. He is better than any helpline you can call, cares more than any counselor you can find…and He is never too busy.


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