“One of our greatest problems and deficiencies in prayer is that we begin with our own concerns and our own petitions without regard for our brothers and sisters. Many of us falter in prayer because we begin with the wrong word: I instead of our.”
We are not to abandon our fellow Christian. We are to rally around them (and they are to allow us to do so). One believer by himself/herself is no match for a lion, but a pack that comes together, can resist, and beat back the deadly foe.
Get up every morning with the righteous hand on the righteous plow and just sow righteousness.
We ought to be surprised when God doesn’t bless the matured believer with fruit.
A church that does not keep up with corporate prayer is a church that cannot stay pure and undefiled.