One of my favorite quotes on prayer is by Oswald Chambers: “Prayer does not equip us for greater works–prayer is the greater work.”¹ And where else can you find out how to do the “greater work” in prayer than through the prayers of Jesus? He is indeed the perfect Prayer Mentor.
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Every day we’re faced with questions and decisions about tomorrow. How do we find the direction and answers we need? God has a wonderful promise for that!
How often do you think about God? Early in the morning? At mealtimes? Before bedtime? An hour a day? Once a week? Once a year? Do you ever wonder if God thinks about you? If so, how often? Once a year? Once a month? After all, He has billions of names to remember. Maybe you’re just another pretty face to Him.
It’s not exactly a Bible promise we like–at least not at first. Who wants to boast of weakness? Power and strength are what enamor us, especially when the task is our idea. When we’re operating in our own strength, who gets the credit? But when God gives power in weakness, who gets the glory?
Last week I challenged you to think about how big God really is. But like me, you may wonder at times, “Do I treat God as if He is too small? Do I really understand how big He is?” No doubt that’s true of all of us, because it’s impossible to fully comprehend an infinite God with our finite minds. But here are five simple things that may reveal your God is too small: