Prayer is like the propeller that drives the ship, giving the rudder the ability to steer — without the forward motion, the rudder is helpless. Likewise, we must be persistent in prayer to maintain a forward spiritual movement. We don’t pray to change effects; they are all temporary. And, we don’t pray to change God, for God does not change. Just as we keep on breathing, eating, bathing, etc., to live, so must we pray persistently, diligently – to change our consciousness and raise us into harmony with principle. Jesus knew this “secret;” knew his relationship with God, and people called his works miracles. He said, “Follow me.” In so doing, we WILL do the same works which He did – and greater than these! This was His promise to us!
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This week, we are invited to ask ourselves the question: “How do I see myself?” Can we see ourselves as the salt of the earth; the light of the world? In His Sermon on the Mount, Jesus, reiterated the same message – the way to the kingdom of heaven is through surrender to Spirit.
Following the readers’ theater portrayal of the woman at the well from John 4:7-26, Michael Schoonover, L.U.T. continues in character – as Jesus – to teach of the Living Water within each and every one of us. He invites us to follow Him in the remembrance of our own divinity; to listen to Spirit, indwelling, and thereby enter our own process of regeneration and, in the end, our resurrection.