Praying Big Prayers

Jeremiah 33-is anything too difficult for God? 32:26-27-call to Me and I will answer. Wait, don’t be discouraged. I’ve been preaching to myself over the last several months. I'm sharing with you some of these thoughts. Olivia, My Granddaughter asks, "Grandpa, what is my treat?" every time she sees me (and she will see me later today). Sometimes I think that's too much, but we often do not expect as much from God as he can give. We make God too small and therefore our prayers are small. My favorite scriptures are: Ephesians 3:21-able to do exceedingly more than we ask or think; Isaiah 54:6-no weapon formed against you shall prosper and Matthew 6:33-seek you first. Recalled a trip to Wales when Mom/Jo had excruciating ear pain. Fred & Joan Carrington (eldest son and wife who will be at next service) and the Delharts were there. They prayed all night and put hot oil in her ear. The next day the doctor said she'd had a boil that had popped. Back at home the doctor thought she would need more treatment. None needed. Pastor reminded us to remember the things God has done for us and miracles that have happened, when we come to The Lord for answers to new problems. Shared story of the first church they pastored in Nevada City.

Reverend Robert Carrington
Praying Big Prayers
Reverend Robert CarringtonPraying Big Prayers