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Acts 10:4 (Pt. 2)  Thought/Prayer:  A Memorial Before God: And Conviction.  Topics:  2 at end.

“And when he looked on him, he was afraid, and said, What is it, Lord? And he said unto him, Thy prayers and thine alms are come up for a memorial before God.”  KJV (Read this scripture and more at

In this scripture, Jesus’ disciple Simon Peter is sent by God to the home of a Gentile, Cornelius, a God-fearing man in Caesarea.  Cornelius was a man of prayer, and Peter tells him that his prayers (and his financial giving we see) were perceived by God as a memorial.  How beautiful.  Cornelius’ heart was pure toward God, and Peter lets him know how God is honored by this. 

Could our prayers, in this day and age, be perceived in the same manner?  Of course.  Any time that a sincere Christian prays sincere prayers, it is honoring to our Lord.  Sometimes, however, we may find that our prayers seem less sincere than at other times.  Or our prayers may be less frequent than they were earlier in our life.  Does this mean we are not honoring God?

It would seem that it would be possible that fewer and less-sincere prayers could be less honoring; but on the other hand, God is great on grace and is willing to forgive us when we ask him to.  Maybe it comes down to our own willingness to confess to him (through prayer, of course—confession is a part of prayer) that we have been less than dedicated or less focused on this gift of prayer than we are convicted to be.  He will take us right back into greater fellowship, and we will know for certain that He is being honored.

God doesn’t hate us or toss us out of the Christian family when we are less than genuine or less than willing to spend time with Him.  But we miss out on a great deal when we go on living that way, knowing all the while that our joy is diluted. 

When it comes to praying for LIFE issues, there is this other aspect: shirking our duty to the babies, the infirm, the “deficient” when we are less effective in prayer and thus less open to God.  We must be vigilant to recognize our own deficiencies when it comes to prayer.  We are called to pray and to honor Him as a memorial with our prayers.  As unbelievable as that seems (that He is honored by our sinful selves) it is true; and we should focus on honoring him with memorials, within our prayers.

Topics:  Pray for more intensity an conviction in our prayers, to make them a memorial before God.
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Posted by Gail Richardson on 04/28 at 06:01 PM
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