Published by Deborah Negron – Child of God

November 26, 2022

Bridge the gap…
Its not about forcing matters.
Its not about using interventions.
Its not about talking things out.

It is about bending the knee.
Prayer is standing in the gap.
Prayer is bridging the impossible with the one who is able to make Impossible things seem easy.
Prayer is the formula that will always bring about the outcome that will bring healing, blessing, forgiveness and grace.

Do you want to be Christlike?
Do you really want to be a true influence?
Then do less talking to others and more communicating with the Lord.

Now to Him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to His power that is at work within us, Ephesians 3:20

Do you truly want to be like Jesus?
Then do what he does day in and day out.
As he sits beside the Father in heaven he is doing this very thing. He is bridging the gap. He sits at the right hand of the father interceding for you and me. When we are going through the struggles of life, our Lord is there being that voice that speaks life on our behalf.

We too must be those who pray for others. Yes, we will see God move in the lives around us as we pray for them.

We can see lives transformed by the Lord’s power, when we pray and believe God is able to act on their behalf.

Yes, we can be the conduit of grace that helps others come to know of Jesus Christ. We can help them in their physical needs where necessary. We can feed the body and help the cause but ultimately the greatest thing we can do is ask the Lord to meet them at their point of need. We Can pray that the Lord touches their hearts and give them newness of life saving their souls.

We can pray for the lost and the sick and the weary. We can bridge the gap. Then we will be as our Lord, as we endeavor to have an effect on those around us. The Lord is able to change and restore, he can save.

Yes, let’s be a bridge for others to come.

… It is Christ who died, and furthermore is also risen, who is even at the right hand of God, who also makes intercession for us.
Romans 8:34

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