Make Everyday a National Day of Prayer

With all the devastation going on across our nation, and the economic and political climate around the globe, it should be obvious that we need to be in meditation/prayer for the situation everyday.  Don’t let the chance to do good for everyone, which actually costs you nothing, pass you by! After all, how often do you get to help nearly 7 billion people for free!!!

Take your opportunities when you get them…driving to the grocery, waiting while you are picking your children up from school or extra-curriculars,  stirring the food you are cooking, walking the dog, walking to your car from shopping, waiting for the page you are printing to load…even while taking your shower!

We are told not to ramble on about what we are praying for, so it doesn’t have to consume your whole day…Even available minutes waiting to move to the next thing in your day can be enough to lift up mankind!  You might be amazed at what you can accomplish!


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Martha L Shaw
    May 26, 2011 @ 15:53:39

    Thank you for posting this! The Lord has been placing this need on my heart as well and your practical reminders of the many opportunities we might well have missed to a great thing!


    • onesacredsoul
      May 26, 2011 @ 18:56:53

      Thank you, ma’am! by all indications, there are tough times ahead, but we are children of a most BLESSED Creator…There is NOTHING we can’t do when we remember that!


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