Pray & Obey


I trusted in the Lord when I said,
    “I am greatly afflicted”;
 in my alarm I said,
    “Everyone is a liar.” Psalm 116:10

A yielded heart does not whine or rebel when the going gets rough. It musters the courage to thank Me even during hard times. Yielding yourself to My will is ultimately an act of trust. In quietness and trust is your strength (Isaiah 30:15). -Sarah Young, Jesus Calling

In all times, but especially the hard times…pray.

But prayer…” Acts 12:5

Do we know the power of our supernatural weapon? Do we dare to use it with the authority of a faith that commands as well as asks? God baptizes us with holy audacity and divine confidence! He is not wanting great men, but He is wanting men who will dare to prove the greatness of their God. But God! But prayer! -A.B. Simpson, Streams in the Desert

Are you in sorrow? Prayer can make your affliction sweet and strengthening. Are you in gladness? Prayer can add to your joy a celestial perfume. Are you in extreme danger from outward or inward enemies? Prayer can set at your right hand an angel whose touch could shatter a millstone into smaller dust than the flour grinds, and whose glance could lay an army low. What will prayer do for you? I answer: All that God can do for you. “Ask what I shall give thee.” -Farrar, Streams in the Desert

In all times, but especially the hard times…obey.

Obey God and leave all the consequences to Him. -Walking With God: Life Principle #2

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