The past two months have been unreal, but no excuses. I dropped the ball – plain and simple. In the middle of March, I had my turn with COVID accompanied by pneumonia. I spent nine days in the hospital wondering when it would end. It did, of course, but I still carry the residue of brain fog and lack of drive. Over the next several weeks, the devil paid a visit to our home, and I’m still reeling from the effects of that. Yes, there are things in life that can slow us down, but it’s our choice whether we quit or not.
Really, quitting isn’t an option. Our nation is falling further away from God, even as I type. Our basic God-given freedoms are under siege in America, and we’re getting our first taste of Socialism, a sad commentary on the still greatest nation in the world.
Prayer is more necessary now than ever. We can’t wait until The Great American Fast on September 10. Yesterday was the National Day of Prayer in America. Supposedly the nation gathered to seek God. There were many prayer meetings across the land, but I wonder how high some of those prayers rose. The new America has even affected the Christian Church. We have given in to political pressures. We have compromised what we know to be true, and yet, we think all is well. Talk about brain fog!
There is no time to think about what we should do. The answer is to pray, but will you? Will you allow the brain fog to dissipate? Will you fight the devil with all your God-given authority when he comes prancing in? The nation depends on it. The coming Kingdom depends on it. Your eternal reward depends on it. Even though I have been struggling, please don’t give up. Fight the battle through to the end and fall to your knees now. Then join us September 10 and 11 for The Great American Fast. As important as it is, it’s more important to pray now – please!
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First time in 70 years no day of prayer in white house.
On Fri, May 7, 2021, 7:13 AM Knees for the Nations wrote:
> My Very Own Writing Coach posted: ” The past two months have been unreal, > but no excuses. I dropped the ball – plain and simple. In the middle of > March, I had my turn with COVID accompanied by pneumonia. I spent nine days > in the hospital wondering when it would end. It did, of cour” >
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It’s truly sad, what we’ve become, Michael. The glory has departed, but as long as there is God, there is still hope.
William I have replied to you on your Knees for the Nations site. If you didn’t get it let me know. Fellowship with Christ is so honourable that the sorest sorrow is a light price by which to procure it. Another reason for our lingering here is for the good of others. THERE’S MUCH WORK TO BE DONE. Take heart and press on in the name of our Precious Lord. Pauline.
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You’re absolutely right, Pauline. There is much work to be done, and it’s a privilege to be working for the Master. We have no choice but to keep on keeping on for Him. Bless you, Pauline