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Persistence in Prayer, Part 4 (TPMD Bus 2 - #583)

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TODAY'S POEM: "Never Give Up" by Daniella Whyte

Our prayer motivator passage from the Word of God today is I Kings 13:6 which reads: "And the king answered and said unto the man of God, Intreat now the face of the Lord thy God, and pray for me, that my hand may be restored me again. And the man of God besought the Lord, and the king's hand was restored him again, and became as it was before."

Our prayer motivator quote today is from Kahlil Gibran. He said, "You pray in your distress and in your need; would that you might pray also in the fullness of your joy and in your days of abundance."

My personal encouragement for you today is this: It is a crime for a man to leave his wife and children in the morning without spending serious time with them in prayer. Sir, the greatest thing that you can do for your family is make it your business to pray with them each day, preferably early in the morning, but any time of the day will work. In the spirit of Nike, “Just Do It!” 

Our prayer motivator devotional today is titled "PERSISTENCE IN PRAYER" part 4 from the book, "Purpose in Prayer" by E.M. Bounds.

Our whole being must be in our praying; like John Knox, we must say and feel, “Give me Scotland, or I die.” Our experience and revelations of God are born of our costly sacrifice, our costly conflicts, our costly praying. The wrestling, all night praying, of Jacob made an era never to be forgotten in Jacob’s life, brought God to the rescue, changed Esau’s attitude and conduct, changed Jacob’s character, saved and affected his life and entered into the habits of a nation.

Our seasons of importunate prayer cut themselves like the print of a diamond, into our hardest places, and mark with ineffaceable traces our characters...

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