"Also Jesus referred them a parable about the need to always pray and not faint." (Luke 18:1)
COMPLEMENTARY passage: Philippians 4:6; Ephesians 6:18
They have always taught us that basic human needs are food, clothing, housing and education, never in any human institution as the family, school, college or University has been raised to us prayer as a basic need.
When the body is no longer receiving food begins to weaken, loses destroy you defenses, and diseases; Likewise when the body is not properly protected with dress and footwear will be affected, mistreated by the climate and the environment that surrounds it (either hot or cold) and in a short time the person dies.
Also a person who fails to educate themselves, albeit moderately, will be in very grim conditions of life (at least one large majority).
Prayer is to the soul what food is to the body: A source of strength. Through prayer you learn to forgive, to dialogue, to persevere, to love; In conclusion: learn to live.
The daily contact with the presence of God, talking with him, hearing his voice, receiving his blessing, is the spiritual impulse that we need to solve and face successfully each new day, is therefore necessary to pray always for not faint.
Pray insistently brings us to see results. Prayer more action is the ideal formula to achieve the fulfillment of that so it is fighting.
Prayer without action is mere repetition or simple religiosity. Acting without prayer is pure activism that ends up running out, results can be achieved but at very high costs.
The idea of reflection on this day, is that prayer produces perseverance and spirit to undertake and not faint.
WE TALK WITH GOD:
"Thank you Father God, for giving us a beautiful sunrise at your side, by the wonderful resource of prayer which generates strength and perseverance the daily challenges of life;" It is a source that satisfies the thirsty soul in the midst of the desert. Teach us to be drinking from this source, receiving spiritual food to be able to learn to live and receive your blessing and thus successfully confront every day. Amen"
Forward it to who you think you need this message, it will thank you.
Message based on the devotional "call to prayer Lolita Cruz de Chamorro".