I'm sharing something heavy on my heart today: prodigals / lost family members. The article below my comments is by Nancy Campbell and is used with her permission.
Up until about seven years old, I stayed with my aunt while my parents
worked. Their family prayed together and it left a deep impression on
me. Also, praying together with my husband is the high-light of my day. We already read the Word and pray in the morning, but will begin evening prayer.
I hope you'll join in this on all points: the family alter, fasting and praying for prodigals on Tuesdays, and that these prayers will bring revival.
This really lit my fire. I believe in prayer and am burdened for four family members who have gone astray. The graphic above really speaks of the state they are in. Let's pray and believe that our prodigals will "come to their senses" and return to their Father's House. (See the parable of Yeshua in Luke 15:11-32).Let's remember this: the prodigal did not bring the pig pen home with him. He had hit bottom. Living and eating with the pigs is about as low as a Jewish boy can go. He was humbled and repentant. He returned to the Father in surrender and obedience to His Laws. This is important! He understood that the Father would not allow his son to wallow in sin like before.
If you'd like us to pray for your prodigal, please let me know in the comments section below. And if you join in, please pray for four members of my family to return to the Father's House.
I hope you will share Nancy's article with others.