What Prayer Changes

Made for Glory

Have you ever prayed and wondered if it did any good?

It will go something like this: Something happens. Nothing horrible or maybe something earth shattering and you pray. A child walks away from God and makes poor choices, a friend is sick, a spouse is unresponsive, your longing to get married or have a child, school isn’t going your way, there is an addiction or negative emotion that you can’t stop doing or feeling. So, you pray about it. You pray some more and some more.

And then…

Nothing happens. 

In moments like these, it is easy to be cynical, to give up and wonder if prayer really works. We wonder if we did something wrong or if we prayed incorrectly. We wonder if we should pray and feel guilty for our lack of prayer or faith.

What if in those moments, pray is doing exactly what it is supposed to do?

This Sunday, we’ll continue our series Made for Glory as we look at John 17:6 – 26 and we will see that prayer always changes someone and prayer always does something. 

Don’t forget as well that we are started our Christmas offering last Sunday. Click here to get more information as to how we will be blessing others and moving the gospel forward here in Tucson.

Remember, we meet at 10am on Sunday mornings at 8300 E Speedway Blvd.

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