Jesus is coming soon! We have been hearing that for generations, but never before have we seen such a situation as we are witnessing today with global economic instability, unpredictable weather worldwide combined with major earthquakes, tornadoes, flooding and forest fires and widespread immorality that could only match society described before the Flood.
The whole earth is moaning, and people are afraid, not knowing what is happening, but, “He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty.” Psalm 91:1.
More than ever it is time to pray.
- Praise God for who He is and what He does for you.
- Confess your sins with a humble heart, be honest with God; He wants to send His Spirit to cleanse you and make you a whole person.
- Thank Him and acknowledge His blessings with gratitude.
- Then, “Ask, and it shall be given to you” (Matthew 7:7). As a father delights to fulfill the desires of his children, so our heavenly Father has unlimited resources to supply all of our needs.
“The Lord would have us ask that we may receive. There are the heavenly messengers waiting for the sincere petition and they draw nigh to the hungry, thirsting soul. Then let your whole souls go out after God. Wait on the Lord. The heavenly messengers will empty themselves into the golden tubes flowing into the golden bowls to enlighten others. If you ask believing you will receive. Never, never be destitute of the golden oil, for this will keep your lamps burning.” This Day With God, 22.
“Bear ye one another’s burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ.” Galatians 6:2.
Will we hasten His coming and help others to be ready for that day?
We all have special burdens on our hearts, most of which are common to many people. Let us share one another’s burdens and pray together for those things that are applicable to a whole group of people. Please contact us with your requests by writing or e-mailing at: firstname.lastname@example.org , so we can pray together to hasten the coming of Jesus and help others to be ready for that day.