Sustained by Prayer

Jesus needed prayer and communion with his Father. In all the great crises of His life, He resorted not to the counsel of men but to prayer to His Father for guidance.*

He often withdrew to lonely places and prayed (e.g., Luke 5:16; 6:12; 9:18, 28).

So should we.

*adapted from J. Oswald Sanders, The Incomparable Christ, p. 114.

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