I’ll be the first to admit it. I’m well informed about the horrific atrocities Christians are facing around the world today—I read their stories and I see the gut-wrenching pictures. I am not ignorant of the unspeakable and barbaric acts of violence being committed daily against my own brothers and sisters . . . and yet, I fail to pray. I guess because, even after decades in church, I struggle to comprehend the power of prayer and the magnitude of my responsibility to utilize it. I fail to pray because I fail to believe that my prayers are what bring light into the greatest darkness. The heartbreaking reality is that my disbelief is costing my brothers and sisters greatly. No victory over evil has ever come about apart from prayer. God has called us to bring His Kingdom to earth by asking for it . . . by standing up... View Article

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