Burden | Prayer | Trial

Hershell Hobbs once explained, “Men do not really pray until they are willing to work. Former Governor William E. Russell, of Massachusetts, had his boat overturn about a mile from shore. He was not a good swimmer, and those on shore despaired of his life. When he reached safety, they exclaimed, ‘Mr. Russell, how on earth did you ever make it?’ He replied, ‘I don’t know. All I know is that I prayed to God, and kept my arms and legs in stroke.’ Prayer changes people to change things. From The Christian’s Communication Laboratory

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