If ye abide in me, and my words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you. —John 15:7
Prayer at its best is the expression of the total life….
All things else being equal, our prayers are only as powerful as our lives. In the long pull we pray only as well as we live….
Most of us in moments of stress have wished that we had lived so that prayer would not be so unnatural to us and have regretted that we had not cultivated prayer to the point where it would be as easy and as natural as breathing….
Undoubtedly the redemption in Christ Jesus has sufficient moral power to enable us to live in a state of purity and love where our whole life will be a prayer. Individual acts of prayer that spring out of that kind of total living will have about them a wondrous power not known to the careless or the worldly Christian. ROR081-083
Lord, the real key here is that there is “sufficient moral power” available. In my own strength I fail, but thank You for Your enabling power. Amen.
Tozer on Christian Leadership