First Lady Donece Houston’s “Christian Concept”


Should prayer be a part of our
“ADLS’ (Activities of Daily Living)?

The answer is a resounding YES!!!

***Prayer is an essential ADL (Activity of Daily Living) that should be used often throughout each and every day

In 1 Thessalonians 5:17 (AMP) we are instructed to steadfastly continue to pray without ceasing.
Prayer serves as our way to communicate and have a conversation with God.

It is through our prayers that we are able to:

(1) Give thanks to God for the many blessings that He has bestowed on us.
(2) Confess our sins and ask for forgiveness for all of the things that we have done wrong.

(3) Place our requests and petitions before Him.

So in essence, our prayers serve as a way to communicate on a personal level with God. It will be through that continual ongoing daily conversation with God that we are able to gain encouragement, strength, forgiveness and healing.

***So in order for us to maintain an ongoing daily conversation with God; praying has to be added into our “ADLS’ (Activities of Daily Living) so that it can be exercised nonstop throughout each and every day.

God Bless you all,
Enjoy the rest of your week! 😀


About Bishop, Dr. W. F. Houston Jr. (Th. D.)

I am the Founder of Christian House of Faith-CHOF Ministry. CHOF ministry is a non-denominational non-profit ministry. All I will ever ask for is your Agape (unconditional love). CHOF Ministry is committed to helping people reach their highest potential in Christ by spreading the Word of God to His people via sermons, teachings, Bible verses, devotions, or an inspirational word. To know more about me or my ministry visit the CHOF Ministry please my ministry website at: God Bless you.
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