The Lord is near to all who call on him.
When the gas gauge warns that you’re dangerously low on fuel, you stop and fill the tank . . . or pay the price.
Sometimes we get spiritually stranded on the side of the road because life has become so chaotic we’ve run out of gas.
We need to refuel; need to pause and pray.
Spiritually successful lives are soaked in prayer. Spiritual growth is aligned with God’s will, and that requires staying in touch with headquarters.
Most of us feel paltry at prayer—our petitions seem piddling, our wording weak.
Don’t worry; God doesn’t write a grade on your prayers.
Give him a call—you never get a
busy signal when you pray.