“Whom shall I send?” God saved us to work, to do His work.

Whom Shall I Send?

I wanted to talk about prayer today, two in particular. Isaiah 6:8,
“Whom shall I send?” God saved us to work, to do His work.

Will you say, here I am? Do you start each day “checking in” with God?
Do you ask Him to put you to work? I’ll tell you today why I think those two prayers are so important.

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