Reprioritizing

Early this morning, I was reading an article on espn.com when a text message came in from a good friend of mine.  His pregnant wife had been in a car accident and he was asking for prayer.  We’ve since found out that she and the baby are both okay (she’s already been released from the hospital), but such an incident has a way of quickly reprioritizing.  Instead of reading about Manny turning down $25 million or new evidence that Barry used steriods (he did? who knew?), my heart was moved to pray.  

As fast as my eyes could read that text message, my day was reprioritized.  My prayer is that today, each of us would have a moment where we are reprioritized from the mundane and everyday and instead challenged to share God’s heart for the hurting and to trust in Christ alone as their help.

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