When we take care of someone who doesn’t deserve it, who can’t repay anything to us, we are doing it to God.
Lately, I’ve realized that my priorities don’t always match God’s. Let’s pray that we would prioritize the things God cares about.
Let’s pray for the men and women who are tirelessly working to keep us safe and well.
It breaks my heart that politics is (and has been) dividing this nation, communities, and even families.
The church in the book of Acts was fueled by faith, love, and the Holy Spirit. It’s an example to us all!
God loves the people of your state, let’s intercede for them today!
While all people need our prayers in this season, I believe that educators especially need our intercession.
Let’s pray for those in high positions, like parents, who desperately need our prayers during this time.
During this trauma-filled year, first responders and their families need our prayers now more than ever.
If warning us against idols was the last thing John wanted to communicate to us, it must be a big deal.