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Praying for Our Legislators

Today, January 13th is the first day of the legislative session in Kansas.  Many of us are in Topeka to launch this in prayer.  For those of you unable to join us, we ask that you would consider praying for the Kansas Legislature.

1Tim. 1:1& 2,  “Therefore I exhort first of all that supplications, prayer and intercessions and giving of thanks be made for all men, for kings and all who are in authority that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness.”

When the Lord says the words, “First of all”…I believe He is making it a HUGE priority.  We are asking you to make it a daily priority.  Pray for your local representative and senator, pray for their families, pray for Biblical morality in our laws, pray for Godly men and women to consider running for office.    Pray for the education committee and their decisions about our children’s education. Believers, the Lord said, we are to intercede.

Please join us in prayer.

The Church Coming Together

The brethren in the early church not only were a community of believers, they were a community of believers that assembled together.

We read in the book of Revelation letters that were written to the churches of Thessolinica, Laodecia, Sardis, Ephesus.  If the Lord wrote a letter to the church of your city, who would get it?  Does He see the church in your city as one?

Do your churches pray together?  Do your Pastors pray with other Pastors of the city?  Who would get the letter and what would it say?  Are we very different from those cities referenced in Revelation?  If so, what are we to do?

 Jeremiah 18:9-1 says, “On the other hand, I might speak concerning a nation, or kingdom to build up or to plant it, but if it does evil in my sight by not obeying My voice, then I will think better of the good with which I had promised to bless it.”

What can we do in our cities of Kansas?  Join together with Pastors and other churches, humble ourselves, cry out to God for mercy.

Click here to read a great article, When The Whole Church Comes Together into One Place.