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Pastor Charles Stilwell ULCM


  • Praying for Paul
    Wednesday, June 28, 2023
    In Ephesians 6, Paul says many things, but then he says, "And pray for me." Pray for me? Paul, the great teacher of the truth of the New Covenant? Those who read his words 2,000 years ago were his students. Still today we're his students. He was revealing great truths of God and then he asks for the prayers of his students. What does this teach us? No matter how much you're used of the Lord, how mature you are in the Lord, never forget that you need prayer. You need God at every moment. The moment you forget you're dependent on God, you're in trouble. Don't learn the hard way. Even a great fruitful branch that has borne the largest, most beautiful fruit, will become useless the moment it's not continually connected to the tree. Paul, with all his gifts, knowledge and credentials in the Lord, knew that he needed God every moment. We all do. Pray without ceasing, always be in communion with God. Pray for each other, for your teachers, for your leaders, for yourself and while you're at it, please pray for me, too. Thanks.
    From Message #466 - Prayer in All Things
    Today's Mission
    If you need prayer today, don't be ashamed or afraid to ask someone, and then pray for them also. And let your every need be known to God.
    Scripture: 1 Thessalonians 5:17 | Ephesians 6
    Rabbi Jonathan Cahn