‘Unite together in prayer’

As Christians we need to forget about denominational borders and unite together in prayer

Forces are at work to steal the freedom we have to serve the Lord God. Enough damage has been done already and it is our own fault for not being more vigilant in our prayers and actions.

The attempt to remove Bibles from schools should be stopped, and that can be achieved through brothers and sisters in Christ that pray and seek the direction of God.

Why is there so much despair in the world, (sickness, homelessness, abuse, etc.)? Because we do not do as God’s word says, “My son, pay attention to what I say; turn your ear to my words. Do not let them out of your sight, keep them within your heart; for they are life to those that find them and health to one’s whole body.” Proverbs 4:20-22.

So be encouraged to live according to God’s Word. As Christians we need to forget about denominational borders and unite together in prayer. That is how all will see God’s love and the victorious life he has for all that will call upon him.

 

Steffen Elgersma Sr.

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