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Alone With God, Part 5 (The Prayer Motivator Devotional Bus 2 - #557)

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TODAY'S POEM: "The Throne of Grace" by Daniella Whyte

VERSE: Judges 10:15: " And the children of Israel said unto the Lord, We have sinned: do thou unto us whatsoever seemeth good unto thee; deliver us only, we pray thee, this day."

QUOTE: "Resolve not to talk more about your problems to friends, who have no answers and cannot help, than you take them to God who is the only Answer and is able to do all things well." --Sylvia Gunter

DEVOTIONAL: "ALONE WITH GOD" Part 5 from Andrew Murray

The Father is in secret: in these words Jesus teaches us where He is waiting us, where He is always to be found. Christians often complain that private prayer is not what it should be. They feel weak and sinful, the heart is cold and dark; it is as if they have so little to pray, and in that little no faith or joy. They are discouraged and kept from prayer by the thought that they cannot come to the Father as they ought or as they wish. Child of God! listen to your Teacher. He tells you that when you go to private prayer your first thought must be: The Father is in secret, the Father waits me there. Just because your heart is cold and prayerless, get you into the presence of the loving Father. As a father pitieth his children, so the Lord pitieth you. Do not be thinking of how little you have to bring God, but of how much He wants to give you. Just place yourself before, and look up into, His face; think of His love, His wonderful, tender, pitying love. Just tell Him how sinful and cold and dark all is: it is the Father’s loving heart will give light and warmth to yours. O do what Jesus says: Just shut the door, and pray to thy Father which is in secret. Is it not wonderful? to be able to go alone with God, the infinite God. And then to look up and say: My Father!

Pray, Think, Do! God Bless You!
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