Prayer Pivot Pro-Life Unity

§ Join The Worldwide Prayer Pivot

Categories

§ Links

MonthlyCallForLife.com ProLifeNews.tv NationalProLifeRadio.net ProLifeBlogs.com JillStanek.com 40DaysForLife.com ProLifeParishProject.com

§ What is Pro-Life Unity?

To achieve Pro-Life Unity we will establish standards that we all agree upon, and efforts that we all regularly participate in. By working together we can challenge the culture of death and the apathy which is pervasive in our society.

§ Action Code

Help promote the Pro-Life Action Calls which are put out by Pro-Life organizations nationwide.

.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to email us and we will send you the Action Code & sign you up as a member of Pro-Life Unity. Your site will be listed on the Members page

Sign up to pray

-------

§ Life Principles

Click here for the timeless Life Principles that were established over 30 years ago by the March for Life Education and Defense Fund.

§ Volunteer Form

Click here to fill out our volunteer form. We can help you identify what you would like to do to help the unborn and connect you with either our efforts our some other group effort somewhere near you

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

I Cor. 13:1   Thought/Prayer: Clang Clang.  Topics:  2 at end.

“If I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am become sounding brass or a clanging cymbal.” DBY http://www.bible.com  (Read this scripture and more at http://prayerpivot.com)

Do we stand outside an abortion clinic and clang cymbals?  Do we, while in prayer in our houses, gong gongs loud enough that our neighbors hear?  Do we get out a trumpet and play it brassily?  Probably not.  I hope not! 

But this scripture bids us take a look at our heart attitudes toward the service we perform from our hearts.  We should examine ourselves to see why it is that we do what we do.  Is it out of love?  If not, we might as well parade around all day with trumpets and accomplish nothing.

We are to see if we do or do not have love as a basis for service.  Coronets and trombones can certainly call attention to their musicians a lot more than some person quietly serving with a heart of love.  Not that we should not play coronets and trombones – they also certainly be the tools of love-based service.

But if we want to truly serve, we must rise up from our base of love, in whatever form we express that love, in service.  Lord, help us today to serve out of love, whether we raise our voices and instruments to you in praise, or whether we quietly pray and then go help set up chairs for a pro-life prayer meeting.

Topics:  Pray for God’s help in our lives in order that we may serve in love.
Rachel’s Vineyard abortion grief ministry

Posted by Gail Richardson on 02/23 at 11:35 PM
Daily Scripture and PrayerPermalink
Page 1 of 1 pages