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"Call unto Me, and I will answer thee and show thee great and mighty things which thou knowest not."
- Jeremiah 33:3
 
Many people are humbugged into believing too little than were humbugged into believing too much.
 
This is true of people's attitude toward prayer. Most of us believe and expect too little. Christians in Jerusalem prayed fervently for the deliverance of Peter from prison. Yet when Peter, miraculously liberated, stood in front of the door of the very home in which they were praying, they did not at first believe it.
 
We pray the LORD'S Prayer with great regularity. How much of it do we . . .

"Call unto Me, and I will answer thee and show thee great and mighty things which thou knowest not."
- Jeremiah 33:3
 
Many people are humbugged into believing too little than were humbugged into believing too much.
 
This is true of people's attitude toward prayer. Most of us believe and expect too little. Christians in Jerusalem prayed fervently for the deliverance of Peter from prison. Yet when Peter, miraculously liberated, stood in front of the door of the very home in which they were praying, they did not at first believe it.
 
We pray the LORD'S Prayer with great regularity. How much of it do we really expect to be answered? On Sunday morning we as a congregation unite in a prayer which embraces many needs. How much of it do we really ask for?
 
What would happen if every member of our churches prayed that God would give him a large measure of the Holy Spirit, and that God would richly bless our pastors, teachers, Sunday schools, mission workers, and Church and State officers?
 
Christian friends, God Himself gives the answer. He says, "I will show thee great and mighty things which thou knowest not."
 
LORD, teach me how to pray
Unselfish my request;
And help me then to know
Thou sendest what is best.
 
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY - Prayer is not conquering God's reluctance, but laying hold of His willingness. 

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