On our conference calls today I shared with a few of them that I daily wake up with a gazillion things on my mind. Here is how one of the calls went:

I said, “I wake up with a million things on my brain that I need to do.” And hePlow in South Georgia

responded with,  “Do like they do in South Georgia, plow one row at a time.”

When you read, in my book, The Pray-ers, about how our they model prayer in their lives, you will see prayer lived out the way we need to live it in our lives. Prayer IS SO applicable to us, please my friends, be devoted to prayer, being watchful and thankful (Colossians 4:2), and if you would, remember to pray for me, that God would open doors that I may speak this message and speak it boldly as I know that I should (Colossians 4:3-4).,


Mark S Mirza