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Friday, December 08, 2017

Romans 8:26   Thought/Prayer:  Intercessor.  Topics:  2 at end.

“In the same way, the Spirit also helps our weaknesses, for we don’t know how to pray as we ought. But the Spirit himself makes intercession for us with groanings which can’t be uttered.”  (WEB)  Read this scripture and more at

IIt could be a favorite scripture of some.  It exudes hope.  And it exudes hope in the framework of weakness.  Who, walking the Christian way, does not experience weakness!?  No one.  No, there is no super man or super woman in the Christian fold.  We all have areas of weakness, whether it be in prayer, witnessing, serving, or whatever.

When it comes to prayer, the weakness some of us experience is described right here.  We do not always know how to pray.  We don’t know how to say the right words sometimes; we don’t know what to ask for, fearing the asking of something outside of the will of God for ourselves or for others.  Perhaps we think there is a special way of praying that we will never figure out (This is unfounded fear; our prayers are individual to our own selves, and God honors however we pray.  There is no magical formula that we have to conquer.)

Well, right here we have the hope described.  How?  We have hope because when we pray, there an Intercessor helping us along and saying the words that are needed.  It is the Holy Spirit Who intercedes for us before God.  Oh, how great this is.  There is hope that our prayers will get through because God Himself is interpreting them for us in the way God understands and desires.  We might say, “Hallelujah.”

The hope lies in the fact that we do not need to worry about how we say things to God as long as they are sincere.  We can just pour ourselves out to Him, asking for little or much, and we know that He will understand the intent of our hearts through the words that are made right by the interpretive intervention of the Holy Spirit.

Yes, Hallelujah.  Freedom.  Leading to hope.

Lord, thank You for letting us have these words to help us have hope in our prayers – hope that leads to You because You are the source of hope in our lives.  Let us be faithful, Lord, to pour ourselves out to You especially for those in LIFE struggles.  Help them through our hope, Lord.

Topics:  Pray for Christians as they hold up to the Lord all of the needs of those in LIFE struggles.  Thank You for the hope we have in prayer, through the interpretation of the Holy Spirit.
Generations for Life

Posted by Gail Richardson on 12/08 at 03:02 PM
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