Sunday, October 23, 2016

Morning, noon, and night

Elder Dale Runland, an apostle from our church (and also a 
cardiologist) shared 6 lessons with other physicians 
he's learned from his patients

Very good article, but Lesson 3 spoke to me the most.


When I pray for others I usually include them in my night time prayer and throughout the day if there 
is a pressing need. But I hadn't thought of praying for their needs consistently 3 times a day until they 
are better. I'm changing my ways. I know there is great power in prayer. What a gift this is.
To read the other 5 things he learned from his patients go HERE.

3 comments:

Karen Mortensen said...

Wow. A very good post. Thanks.

Scrapally said...

I love this. I pray all day long. I am sure I weary Heavenly Father with how much I talk to him all day. When you see me talking to myself, I'm not really talking to myself...ha ha. I am talking to my Father.

Grandma Honey said...

I pray all day long too, but mostly about different people and things I'm dealing throughout the day. But I hadn't thought of praying specifically for the same people 3 times a day. I guess I thought that was bothersome....like I said it and then need to show faith and wait on the Lord. But Elder Renlund explains it differently, and I like that. A different perspective than I understood before.