Last Sunday I preached from Luke 18 about Jesus’ invitation to pray in weakness. His main point was that weakness is a gift from God to compel us to pray. We saw it in the widow’s perseverance, the tax collector’s humility, and the children’s faith. How great is it that our weakness qualifies us for His grace rather than disqualifying us from fruit-bearing?
I believe there is much fruit that God wants to pour out this year. He has invited us to come in weakness to the throne of grace to receive His provision. So we’ve set aside this Saturday from 6 am to 6 pm to pray together as a church. Afterward, we’ll gather at 6 pm to hear what God has done and celebrate His kindness together.
Please plan to join us for this important day. You can sign up to come for one or more time slots here and download a copy of our prayer requests here. Thanks in advance for your participation!
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