Devotional Thought for Today – 02/26/2022

Prayer Series XLIII

This morning I found this in my inbox and thought it worth sharing.

What difference does prayer make?

There is a lot of division in America today, even among Christians. But prayer can, and should, unite us. In Ephesians 4:3 we’re reminded to “diligently keep the unity of the spirit in the bond of peace.” Prayer can help us do that, although it can be difficult for some believers. Some might think they are too busy to pray, or they treat it as a last resort rather than a first response. Others might be hesitant to pray because they feel like they don’t know how!

Below I have listed some featured content that explores the importance of prayer and offers guidance for praying about different issues. We must continually train ourselves to be in the habit of praying because prayer is the gateway to experiencing spiritual breakthroughs and learning to know God’s heartbeat.

May your family find peace and strength through prayer in the coming days,

Jim Daly, President


Praying with Honest Abandon
Sometimes it can be difficult to pray when we don’t know what to say or how to say it. However, Elisa Morgan shows us how to pray with abandon and by balancing praying for our desires and submitting to God’s will.

Prayer and the Difference it Makes
Throughout the Bible, believers are called to pray. But what is prayer? What does it mean to “pray without ceasing?” And does prayer really make a difference? Discover prayer and the difference it makes

Prayer Has Its Reasons

Pray for Ukraine

Learning From the Prayer Life of Jesus


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