Why Pray Without Ceasing?

Holy hole in the doughnut, Batman! I think I’ve got it!

I would try to incorporate the word epiphany here, but that may be going a little overboard. Not by much though.

One of the many passages of Scripture that seemingly escapes my ability to rationalize is the command to ever be in prayer. Let me explain. I believe the Bible presents our God as sovereign, One whose arm can’t be twisted to submit to the will of men. Yet, Paul declares that men should pray without ceasing. Why? For what gain?

If you’re doubting my take on this topic, or maybe would argue that we gain some merit in our persistent prayer, I would ask you to travel to a site I frequently visit.

Brian, the author at Summathetes, offers his thoughts in a recent post titled, Why Pray Without Ceasing? Many of you are aware of my appreciation for all his work, but this jewel will no doubt find a hammock at Possum’s place.

So hurry! To the Bat Cave! No, not the Bat Cave… to Summathetes.

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Seeking the rest that is only promised and found in Christ Jesus, along with my treasured wife of more than twenty-five years, we seek to grow in our relationship with our Heavenly Father, walk with the Holy Spirit as He moves our hearts, loving others always as Jesus loves us, and carry the news of His glory, the wonderful gospel, that gives light and life where there once was only darkness.
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4 Responses to Why Pray Without Ceasing?

  1. granbee says:

    Praying without ceasing keeps the lines open to the Holy Spirit to empower us each moment of each day! Bless you for this reference today.

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  3. writinggomer says:

    Thanks, good stuff!

  4. hahaha Love this post especially the batman and robin picture. You are so right about how we should pray without ceasing. Prayer keeps us in His presence and it also helps to meditate in order to sharpen our discernment. 🙂

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