Prayer that's bigger than "me"

The world argues, "Me first." Prayer says, "Everyone else, too."

The sky was ominous. The black clouds were building and becoming more threatening. As I watched, the sky took on a greenish hue, and then came an uneasy silence, the "calm before the storm." I live close to an area the locals call "tornado alley," and I'd seen this before. My thoughts were becoming as turbulent as the stormy sky.

As I hurried across the open field to the elementary school where my two daughters would soon be dismissed, two questions came to me that changed everything. The first jolted me into more prayerful thinking. The second led to a higher prayer that brought results.

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FROM HAND TO HAND
August 10, 1992
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