On Prayer

Prayer is intensely political because it is supplication offered before the throne of grace. We may be excluded from places of political power on earth. We may not hold prominent positions in government. We may not be cabinet members, with access to the oval office, but we have something better than all these things. We are bride of Christ. And if Jesus is King of kings and Lord of lords, then that makes the church Queen of queens. We have power in the world because our divine husband, the one who rules over all things in heaven and earth, consults with us and hears us. As a good husband, he listens to his bride.

–Rich Lusk, Observations on Psalm 98

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About Uri Brito

I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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