There is a big cost – Week of Prayer Day 8; 2018

Pray like this: Our Father in heaven, may your name be kept holy. May your Kingdom come soon. May your will be done on earth, as it is in heaven.

Matthew 6:9-10

To pray these verses is a big ask. Why do I suggest that…? Simply because when we pray “May your Kingdom come” we must be ready to add, ‘and start with me – do whatever it takes Lord to have me submit completely to your will for my life, that I might be living the life You will have me live, as an obedient subject in Your kingdom, ready to willingly take my place where You put me to work for Your kingdom’.

Jesus says to us – pray like this! Are we able, will we trust Him and accept His answer? You see when we pray this prayer with sincerity we are saying, Lord I know You have called me; I know that calls is to ‘carry my cross’, I know that call is to offer You back my life knowing that it will (one way or another) be lost for the sake of living and sharing the gospel, and so I know that in praying this prayer I must be ready to accept Your call to self denial.

Have we properly grasped the demands of this prayer, have we understood it? If we are serious about our faith, we will pray this prayer with a seriousness, willingness and expectancy that the Lord will use us for His glory in His way…

Let’s pray!

Children’s Prayer Activity

Day 8 

I wonder how you pray? Do you have your eyes shut? Have you tried jumping or sitting or laying or running or standing on one leg?

You can pray at anytime in any position – see how many different ways you can pray today!

 

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3 thoughts on “There is a big cost – Week of Prayer Day 8; 2018

  • 20th May 2018 at 6:06 am
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    Thank you Keith for this week’s daily scriptures and messages.

    God bless
    Claudine

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  • 22nd May 2018 at 9:26 am
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    John 17 is a good one to read with the above reading and notes in mind

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