A Prayerful Concern

0What if Christians prayed more than we talk?

Perhaps, if we understood the difference prayer makes, we would.

Maybe, if we only had more time from our worldly concerns, we would.

I think it’s worth praying about…don’t you?


Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit…(Ephesians 6:18)


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8 thoughts on “A Prayerful Concern

  1. Humbling thoughts.


  2. Strengthen us to pray, Lord. Pray through us! Your kingdom come and your will be done. In Jesus’ name!


  3. Instead of “When all is said and done, more is said than done,” we should have, “When is all is said and done more is said than prayed.” Great post.


  4. Amen Bro. Dean….this is a worthwhile concern!



  5. This is so powerful and has been on my heart for a long time too. What if we turned every complaint into a prayer instead?


  6. I’ve seen a challenge in a few places recently…have you prayed about it as much as you talked about it? (Or face booked!) Another comment I’ve often heard…people offer to pray as if that’s the minimum they can do…as in, “I can at least pray for you.” While I’m sure this is said from the right motive…a desire to help…it shows a lack of understanding. I’ve always loved Oswald Chambers’ statement that “prayer does not fit us for the greater work; prayer is the greater work.” ~ Sheila


  7. I couldn’t agree with you more. Time spent in prayer is the key to joy and happiness and a spirit-filled life. Without Jesus I am nothing.


  8. Powerful statement & I totally agree … thank you so much for sharing …


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