It’s not that I doubted it yesterday, but it seemed, as I walked to the building, that the Lord was giving me a special whispered promise that his will would be done in our lives; John and mine.
This morning I only made one circle around Ebenezer Films instead of walking around it until I felt released to go back home. Instead I felt led to pray for the doors. I laid my hand on the door and prayed that these doors would open and would lead to opening of the doors of peoples’ hearts to Jesus.
I prayed the doors would be open of the hearts of those who own the property. I guess I was also praying for the doors to my own understanding to be opened as well. Understanding and knowledge to run the company as the Lord saw fit.
I prayed the doors to the hearts of those who would doubt would see the great things God is going to do with John and me.
And through all these prayers I thank the Lord for giving me the opportunity to draw nearer to Him. That’s the point, really. Praying bold prayers and having the Lord answer them really isn’t the point of praying bold prayers.
The point of praying bold prayers is that when you believe the Lord for the impossible, it cannot help but cause your relationship with God to grow stronger than you’ll ever imagine possible.
Thank you, Lord. For all of it.