Have You Had an All-Night Prayer?

Have You Had an All-Night Prayer?

by Violet Nesdoly

Jesus praying - Artist unknownJesus Praying – Artist Unknown

TODAY’S SPECIAL: Luke 6:1-16 

TO CHEW ON: “Now it came to pass in those days that He went out to the mountain to pray, and continued all night in prayer to God. And when it was day, He called His disciples to Himself; and from them He chose twelve whom He also named apostles.” Luke 6:12-13

Two interesting facts about Jesus stand out from today’s reading:

1. He had unusual insight into people.

Read further at Violet’s Blog – All-Night Prayer to find out the second interesting fact.

This passage underlines the importance of prayer for us too. (click to tweet)

 

 Violet Nesdoly

Violet freelances in several genres and has been published in a variety of print and online publications. Her articles, stories, and activities have appeared in Keys for Kids, Devotions for Girls, Devotions for Boys, Clubhouse, Guide, Primary Treasure, Partners, Pockets and others. She has also published two books of poetry and is an avid blogger. She is a member of Inscribe Christian Writers’ Fellowship and a professional member of The Word Guild.

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2 Responses to Have You Had an All-Night Prayer?

  1. Janis Cox says:

    Peter,
    This comment certainly went through. I will search and see if I can find the one about Jesus and prayer.
    Thanks,
    Blessings,
    Janis

  2. raisethegaze says:

    I viewed Violet’s fine post about Jesus and prayer, and tried to leave a comment, but am not sure it went through. However, I thank you and Violet and your other contributors for the helpful and inspiring spiritual food served at UTCOP to strengthen one’s prayer life. ~~+~~

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