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Prayer Opens Up Divine Resources, Part 6 (TPMD Bus 2 - #635)

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TODAY'S POEM: "Today Thy Mercy Calls Me" by Oswald Allen

Our prayer motivator passage from the Word of God today is Psalm 17:1 which reads: "Hear the right, O Lord, attend unto my cry, give ear unto my prayer, that goeth not out of feigned lips."

Our featured prayer motivator quote is from J.B. Johnson. He said: "The prayer meeting answers to this demand of the spiritual brotherhood, with more exclusiveness and direct fitness than any other ordinance of religious worship… There is a power in conferring and covenanting, on the part of kindred spirits, to come before God, and plead together some special promise… The prayer meeting is a divine ordinance, founded in man's social nature… The prayer meeting is a special means of developing and cultivating Christian graces, and of promoting individual and social edification." 

My personal encouragement for you today is this: No matter how long it takes to pray, no matter how difficult it is to pray, praying to God is the most important thing you can do in your day. It should be the #1 priority above everything else you have to do. 

Our prayer motivator devotional today is titled "PRAYER OPENS UP DIVINE RESOURCES" part 6 from the book, "Purpose in Prayer" by E.M. Bounds.

Hudson Taylor himself, as all the world knows, was a man who knew how to pray and whose praying was blessed with fruitful answers. In the story of his life, told by Dr. and Mrs. Howard Taylor, we find page after page aglow with answered prayer. On his way out to China for the first time, in 1853, when he was only twenty-one years of age, he had a definite answer to prayer that was a great encouragement to his faith. "They .had just come through the Dampier Strait, but were not yet out of sight of the islands. Usually a breeze would spring up after sunset and last until about dawn...

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