September 26, 2020
Hope you are enjoying your weekend and the beautiful colors of the changing leaves. I cleaned the apartment this morning and we are going out for lunch with friends and to celebrate a birthday. Right now you can go to The return.org and to get in on what is happening in Washington D.C right now.
Devotions from Judy’s heart
I woke early this morning and when I went to my desk to write, I read the words in my notebook. “The time is short!” I take notes as I read from the Word and from other books and sources, and try to discern what God is saying to me each day. Underneath were the words to put God first and let Him dominate my thoughts. He is a living loving presence and deserves all glory. It is not time to be asleep but time to be alert and awake and praying. As we see what is happening all over the world, we are brought to our knees and know how much we need to turn to God, to humble ourselves and to seek Him. Yesterday we had such a wonderful afternoon, sharing the Lord together with friends and today we will have another chance with other praying friends. I think God is calling us together as His followers to be aware of the times, and to encourage one another to stand together in His power against all the evil that is being unleashed. Our only hope is in the Lord. We are not to be fighting one another as Christians but to join together and to pray and stand against the enemy’s tactics. Today is the Prayer March in Washington D.C. with Franklin Graham and it will be live streamed from the National Mall. It is time to unite as never before and pray, pray, pray. As it says in James 5:16 (NESV), “Therefore confess your sins to one another, and pray for one another, so that you may be healed. The prayer of the righteous is powerful and effective.” The results of our prayers are greater than we can imagine because God’s power is infinite. Let us join with others and be passionate about prayer for the time is short.
Challenge for today: Ask the Lord to awaken you and pray for God to turn the hearts of others to Him before it is too late.
Blessings on your day and prayers and love, Judy