To pray for God’s will on earth is to embrace His will in my life. No prayer can be sincere for the whole if it omits or ignores the power of an individual. “If you think that one person can’t make a difference, try spending the night with a mosquito.” Part of the illness of this present age is cynicism. Many openly deny that it is possible to know and do the will of God. We see ourselves as flawed. We have lost our dream. Prayer is a call for the power of God to fill us for this glorious possibility. Friend, how convinced are you that, with His supernatural help, you can know and do His will? How certain are you that you have been “created unto good works that God prepared beforehand” (Ephesians 2:10) Our reading this week is Numbers 13 and 14. Interesting reflection on the subject of doing what God calls us to do. More tomorrow.