Focal Text: Acts 1 vs 14 _► “These all continued with one accord in prayer and supplication, with the women and Mary the mother of Jesus and with His brothers.”-| New King James Version, NKJV|
SHALOM greetings, Cherished one. God gave you a staying power for something beneficial. *It is His will that you use what He gives you for a worthy course, not otherwise.* One vital way to use your staying power is to persevere in prayer. Our focal text unveils how the church engaged in corporate prayer as a body of Christ. We must with one accord engage in persevering prayers for effective living.
When you go to the house of the Lord and the whole church is praying, do not be a spectator; rather be a partaker. *Persevere in prayer for the local and universal church, your family, friends, nation, and loved ones.* Luke made specific mentions of the people present during the prayer session (Acts 1:14). This also implies your personal prayer duty. It is good to engage in corporate as well as personal prayer too.
Your private prayer life is where you can get personal with God and deal with issues bothering you. Let your consciousness be tuned into the necessity of prayer and never give up on it (Luke 18:1). It is a glorious platform that makes life enjoyable for you as a believer on this earth. *Prayer helps build continuous intimacy with Papa God. Beloved, persevere, give unremitting care and continue in prayer.* The rich grace our Lord Jesus Christ abounds towards you always.
_Glorious Father, I thank You for the privilege to persevere in prayer. I refuse to give up in prayer. I persist in prayer as a form of fellowship with the Father. Tremendous power and results are made available unto me in Jesus Blessed Name. Amen!_
PRAYER ALERT- Pray that God is empowering you to persevere in prayer.
*Enjoy A Gracious Thursday*
*KINDLY SHARE WITH OTHERS.*
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