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Isaiah 20-22, Ephesians 6 • Key Verse: Ephesians 6:18
Some words are so simple and clear that they should not need definition. All is one of those
words. It means … well, you know, it means all While we may understand the word, there are
times when we need to be reminded of just how much all includes. Nothing is left out when all is
included. To see what I mean, look at the all’s of this verse:
“And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind,
be alert and always keep on praying for all the saints.”
Paul uses the word all repeatedly to stress the “all-ness” of prayer. We are to pray on all occasions,
which leaves none out. All kinds of prayers and requests are to be brought to God. Praying is
something we should always be doing. Finally, notice that we are to pray for all the saints. No one
is to be left out of our praying.
One of the things going on in your life all the time is your heartbeat. It beats all the time. What
does that all mean? It means all the time; no time is excluded.You are to pray “all the time.” What
does that all mean?
Now, pray as if your heart beats with that kind of all, and let your heart beat like you pray with
that kind of all. Would you live?
Praying always does not mean that you must always have your head bowed and your eyes closed.
It does mean you are in constant communication with God. Consciously think today about keeping
communication going with God.
Woodrow kroll & Tony beckett
www.backtothebible.in

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