Pray Where You Play

Playing with water
I committed many years ago to pray where people can’t play. Usually this is evident due to the broken toys in the yard or the house is not maintained or where the house is located. The lack of care for both the people and the home is self-evident.

Rather than driving through impoverished neighborhoods and saying, “Oh those pitiful things,” I invoke a presence of love to flow through every aspect of their lives. There is a creative force and power that finds solutions to all things through the power of love.

This week drive through a neighborhood and pick a home or area to pray for and be prepared to share your findings and your prayer with the group.

Excerpt: “The Right to Be You” by Temple Hayes
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