– Imagination as far as the eye can see. The vast plains allow one to attempt a visualization of the vastness of Gods existence. On a clear day, how far will your eyes reach? On a clear night, what does your soul tell you it sees as it gazes upon the heavens?
We pray with the pastors in this community in their pursuits to connect people into the Word and community of Jesus Christ. May truth illuminate the lives of those around these churches. May truth inspire and motivate the biblical leaders to continue the work they were assigned to do. Lord we pray earnestly for all of us to not only hear Your truth, but be fueled by it as well. Thank You for the people of Niobrara County.
– Truth, is when a pastor goes beyond normal expectations to ensure the message is being heard across an entire state. No seminary, no college, no academia could tell him to do such a thing. Only the will of God and a forceful push from the Holy Spirit could prompt such a thing.
When have you gone beyond your physical boundaries to share the burning of your heart? When have you thrown normal to the side in order for change to birth?
“Listen! Your lookouts lift their voice; they sing out together! Right before their eyes they see the LORD returning to Zion.” Isaiah 52:8 CEB
Pastors sing for us! They sing with great joy because they are aware of a God who saves, a God who breathes life into you, a God that heals, and a God that sacrifices His life so that good in your life can conquer evil!
What awaits evil when pastors sing in great harmony for the coming of the Lord! A proclamation of those who have seen truth! The Lord is coming to you!
Lord let Your truth be as firm as rocks in each and every pastor across Wyoming. Use its strength as foundation worthy of supporting Your work in us. May Your truth be the stone in David’s slingshot, may that stone smack evil squarely in between the eyes, and may we all conquer evil by doing good.
The time for the real truth has come. May we see You Lord as the foundation of all truth. In Jesus name we pray, amen.
Credit photo to PrayerTrip2015