I Can Pray on The Subway


it's time to pray
it's time to pray
I Can Pray on The Subway
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Psalm 4, beginning at verse 2, “How long, O you sons of men, will you turn my glory to shame? How long will you love worthlessness and seek falsehood? But know that the Lord has set apart for Himself him who is godly; the Lord will hear when I call to Him.”

You know, commuting in a big city can be a lonely experience. People seeming in such a hurry, often seeming so down and frustrated. I’d like to smile at someone but even that runs a risk of being misinterpreted.

I am so thankful today that someone is now smiling at me; the smile of God brings such warmth to my heart. Though I’m seemingly invisible to others, yet He sees me. His whole attention is now on me. “But know that the Lord set apart for Himself him who is godly; the Lord will hear when I call to Him.”

It’s time to pray.

2 Comments

  1. Anonymous   •  

    God bless you Pastor Carter I needed this Word. To God be the Glory

  2. Judy W.   •  

    Dear Ones,I was just saying to Jesus,"I am a nonentity" and in our devotional today Pastor said " even though I am seemingly invisible to others,He sees me." Thank God for these devotionals in these restless times!!GOD SEES!!!!!

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