Last night at 180 I was bowled over by the number of praise reports I kept receiving.
It seemed like from the moment I entered the building there was this constant flow of young people telling me how God was working in their life and answering prayers we had prayed together...
Improved relations with parents.
Parents improving their relationship with God.
Parents improving their relationship with their children.
There were so many in fact that I think we will take some moments next week to let some of those people share the way God is working.
I know for me it is those tangible reminders that God is working, in both my life and others, that help my faith to grow. Too often we don't seem to expect God to work. We may say a token prayer, but we don't really think anything is going to happen about it.
Praise God that He is raising up young people right here in our community who pray with faith and are praising Him for His works. Last night one of the Scriptures we looked at was James 5:16:
"Therefore, confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working."
May we continue to pray for one another and see healing in our lives and others!
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