Don’t Let the Rubble Discourage You


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Don't Let the Rubble Discourage You
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Nehemiah chapter 2 Verse 17, “Then I said to them, you see the distress that we are in, how Jerusalem lies waste, and its gates are burned with fire. Come and let us build the wall of Jerusalem that we will no longer be a reproach. And I told them of the hand of my God which had been good upon me, and also of the king’s words that he had spoken to me, so they said ‘Let us rise up and build’ then they set their hands to this good work.”

There are seasons throughout history where God calls his own people to rebuild their testimony, which through neglect has fallen into ruin. It’s not a time to stand in hopelessness because of the magnitude of the decay. It’s a time to roll up our sleeves, to clasp our hands in prayer, and unity, and set ourselves to this good work. With God, all things are still possible, don’t be discouraged by the rubble that stands in your way.

It’s time to pray.

2 Comments

  1. Julie Airis   •  

    AMEN!!!!!!' From Seattle.

    I pray for you often there at Times
    Square. My favorite church, because you DO pray, and teach the uncompromising Word of God.

    May God keep you building the
    Wall!

    Dear Ones

    I have been in the streets of NYC
    Many times with evangelism teams. I can "feel" the prayers of
    You guys. Was with Luis Palau
    '2015 and snuck out of Radio City
    Music Hall Tues evening to your prayer meeting. What a delight!

    See you dear brothers and sisters
    in our heavenly home : )

    Julie

  2. Wendy   •  

    Thank you Pastor Carter for all your devotionals. For a few months now ive re-directed my life back to Christ and not looking back. I say that because ive failed so many times but the Lord is so merciful He never gave up on me. See 3 years ago i had prophylactic double mastectomy (i am BRCA 1 +) then i had reconstruction surgery a year later but in between that i developed panic disorder. There were days i no longer wanted to live because how horrible and tortuous the aniexty was inside me but every Tuesday i watch the prayer service and listen to the word and it was the only time i had a lil peace.long story short i had to go on meds which control the panics. I Came off of them 4 months ago and now its coming back plus Im unemployed with no benefits coming dont know how rent will be paid but I trust the Lord because I do see some doors opening and even with the anxiety I am interviewing. I want no more shackles no more chains no more fear no more anxiety i mentally fight so hard knowing the Lord is with me even though my body feels like its going to die. I praying the Lord continues to rebuild me and guides me down His path and deliver from this illness. Thank you Pastor Carter for being one of God's faithful servants

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