D. L. Moody on Prayer

Our prayers often resemble the mischievous tricks of town children, who knock at their neighbor’s houses and then run away; we often knock at Heaven’s door and then run off into the spirit of the world; instead of waiting for entrance and answer, we act as if we were afraid of having our prayers answered.

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Comments

  1. My time in prayer has resembled this illustration. I would ask that more than ever we all commit to pray for one another, our churches, and this nation!

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