Throughout my many years of writing and speaking I’ve exposed many of my personal foibles, hoping confessing my miscues and faults might encourage others. If one person had read and heard of all my shortcomings, he or she would think they know me pretty well. They would be wrong. I am a private person in so many ways. Even when I need prayer for healing, I rarely if ever ask my fellow church members to pray for me. I will ask my closest family members and, if the situation is really bad, sometimes my pastor for prayer. I chalk it up to my need for privacy, which, I’m afraid in my case, might be spelled p-r-i-d-e.
Prayer and Pridefulness
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2 thoughts on “Prayer and Pridefulness”
No, the only one who needs to know us inside and out is Jesus. I often wonder if I even know myself.
Thanks, you’re so encouraging!