"And as for you, brothers and sisters, never tire of doing what is good." 2 Thess. 3:13
Although we start out with good intentions to pray regularly, there usually comes a time where we stop doing what is important in order to attend to what is urgent. There are times when my brain is racing with things to do before I even get out of bed. Those are the days I let my devotions and prayer slip. Some days, that cannot be helped. The question is; When the urgent is done, do we pick up the important again?
Regular time spent in prayer and the Word should not hold equal weight with the other things on our "To-Do" list. Far more good can be done in 15 minutes of daily prayer than 5 hours of doing stuff. If you haven't done so already, make a regular time daily for prayer.
This week's Prayer Points
Need some encouragement? Listen to Joey Molloy's message delivered at "The Table" last month. He shares a message from Isaiah 61 and highlights from an exciting camp season.