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HomeQuotesMany Christians are on autopilot when it comes to prayer.

Many Christians are on autopilot when it comes to prayer.

In Heaven, we will see a lack of prayer as a lost opportunity.

Quick Quote – Source – Jeff Hilles

A Biblical Christian worldview perspective – How often do you “pray without ceasing” (1 Thes. 5:17), or, can say you are “not anxious about anything” (Phil. 4:6)? Do we consistently “confess our sins to others and pray for one another” (James 5:16), or, “pray at all times in the Spirit” (Eph. 6:8)? Note the capital “S” in Spirit, rather than our spirit.

Can men be found, “lifting holy hands without anger or quarreling” (1 Tim. 2:8), or, do we “pray that you may not enter into temptation” (Matt. 24:41)?

Or, do we find ourselves living our Christian life on autopilot and pray by “heap[ing] up empty phrases as the Gentiles do, for they think that they will be heard for their many words” (Matt. 6:7).

When God wipes away the tears from our eyes as we enter Heaven (Rev. 21:4), our tears, at least in part, will be evidence of the sadness we feel for lost opportunities we had to pray, in the Spirit, for others (Eph. 6:18).

AuthorJeff Hilles | BCWorldview.org 

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