You Have Been Prayed For… ROMANS 10:8

Hallelujah, praise the living God for another day to pray for you all and be used by Him. Today I offer this line from A. W. Tozer.

“So powerful is the effect of the printed page on human character that the reading of good books is not only a privilege but an obligation, and habitual reading of poor ones a positive tragedy.

Romans 10:8 New American Standard Bible (NASB)

But what does it say? “The word is near you, in your mouth and in your heart”—that is, the word of faith which we are preaching,

Heavenly Father, in the name of our Lord Jesus, Your servant praises You.  Bless You for inspiring men to write about You and the glory of Your nature.  Thank You for being always so near to us and residing in our hearts.  Please press on those of us that do not love to read and renew our mind with Your word.  Show those that refuse to read Your word the saints that do read it, and more than read live it out.  Help us all to know Your wisdom and understanding as we read and hear so we can be Your little lights in this dark world.  In Jesus’ name, amen. 

Published by HearUsJesus

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2 thoughts on “You Have Been Prayed For… ROMANS 10:8

  1. Little lights in this dark world, amazing how powerful those little lights are! TY Father for fully equipping us to walk as children of light, I pray we look to You, and praise you all day long! ♥️🙏🏻

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