It’s 7:14, time to pray. A reminder: I started the 7:14, last year, while sitting in my truck and praying. I was reading scripture and crying out to God for answers to the Covid crisis and the fear that people were having of each other and the future. I went to 2 Chron. 7:14 and began to pray for my heart to be repentant and to look to God for peace and security. After a few moments in prayer, I was overwhelmed with wanting to call anyone who would listen to join me in prayer. As I looked at the clock in my truck, it was nearing 7:14 in the morning and I thought if I could get something written and get it out there near to 7:14 that, if possible, it would be a God-thing and possibly inspire other people to pray with me and hopefully gain strength and courage in their own life. I began writing: It’s 7:14, let’s pray together for our nation, the church and for our strength and courage as individuals. I felt a strong urge the next morning at my place of prayer to write something again: to call us all to prayer. Once again, the timing was around 7:14, so started it again: It’s 7:14, let’s pray. So, this morning as we are starting our day, let me encourage you to set a time today to pray for our nation, the church/the Kingdom of God, especially the church you attend, pray for your pastor and pastors as they still try to maneuver through the events of this world to share the truth of the gospel with you. Pray for your own willingness to be led by the Holy Spirit in repentance and calling upon the name of the Lord. As a matter of fact, let’s try to pray today without ceasing, 1 Thess. 5:17. Today is the day to change your world starting with your heart and your life shining the light of Jesus. It’s 7:14, let’s live the light!
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Robin is a Pastor, has been for 40 years. He is married to Jayme and together they have 7 children. Candace, Courtney, Cassidy, Caleb, Kally, Collin & Jacob. Robin & Jayme have great and awesome grandchildren. He loves his Webb City Cardinals, the St. Louis Cardinals. He also tries to go golfing and fly fishing whenever he can - but not nearly enough. View more posts