Power for the Harvest

Series: Harvest

Power for the Harvest

May 16, 2021 | David McQueen

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Power for the Harvest

 in most of our minds means to pause, to cease, to stop all activity, to do and accomplish nothing. It is to waste one's time and life.

There are serious promises associated with, contingent upon us, . (Acts 1:3-5; Is. 26:8; Is. 40:31)

 = . (Acts 1:13-14)

Might I suggest that the primary reason we don't pray is that we want

The essence of prayer is  to God. (Lk. 22:42)

Prayer  empowers our harvest. 

Stress lessens not because we seek control but when we  the One who is truly in control. (Ps. 23:1-3)

Prayer empowers us to see where God is . (Mt. 13:16)

Sometimes He leads to quiet waters. Other times He has us on paths where we are battling for .

And other times the world brings the valley of the shadow of death around us. But we see He is with us even in the valley of the shadow of death, and that lessons . (Ps. 23:4)

Anyone else besides me think  is a great harvest?

Prayer empowers us to feel what . (Zeph. 3:17)

Anyone else besides me think feeling the reality of  is a great harvest?

Prayer is where we hear what God wants us . (Jn. 5:19)

Anyone else besides me think that living our  is a great harvest?

Resource: Circle Maker by Mark Batterson

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