Pray First

Re:Verse reading–Acts 12:1-19 (day five)

Acts 12:5- prayer for him was being made fervently by the church to God.

What we know about that first New Testament Church is that there were a few activities and actions that were “non-negotiables” for them- worship, bible study, fellowship, and prayer. What if the rhythm and priority of prayer bathed a Pastoral Succession  and Transition?  What if we ALL were praying with desperation and expectation?  What if we continued to Pray First and ask the Lord to help our church complete this process?  Would we demonstrate our dependence and trust in the Living God?  Would God continue to help our church for His glory and the good of our city and the nations?  Please take opportunity this weekend to join other members of our church in ernest prayer for our church, the transition process, and our co-pastors. These are exciting and important moments in the life of our church. Pray First!

Author: Scott Lane

Scott Lane is the Executive Pastor of Ministry at FBCSA.

One thought on “Pray First”

  1. Amazing! Prayer of faith was prevalent with God!

    In scenes of danger there is no other refuge. In this story, the result shows that even in most discouraging circumstances, God can hear prayer. This gives us hope, knowing that fervent prayers work!

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