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March 27th, 2022 | eBulletin

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Kelly Wrisley's memorial service will be in The First Presbyterian Church of Ft. Lauderdale’s Sanctuary at 10:00 AM on Saturday April 2nd.

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401 SE 15th Ave,

Fort Lauderdale,

FL 33301

Your 6th Sense

Jesus told His disciples, “Keep watching and praying.” In the Old Testament the person sitting on the wall was a watch man who was the first to see attacking armies or traveling traders. They saw things no one else saw. When we pray, we become God’s watchmen. Prayer gives us a God’s eye view, heightening our awareness—almost a 6th sense that enables us to perceive spiritual realities that are beyond our five senses.

In business, a first class noticer is one who recognizes talent, identifies opportunities and avoids pitfalls. Prayer turns us into first class noticers who see what God wants us to notice: The person eating alone at a restaurant, the child playing alone at school, reading someone’s body language.

When we enter into prayer the Lord releases His Spirit to open up our world to see everything and everyone from God’s perspective. It’s like when we get our new phones and pick a new ring tone. Have you noticed whenever you heard that ring tone before it never registered. But now that it is yours, you hear that sound and immediately fish around in your purse or pocket to see if it’s for you. So it is when you have God’s watchful mindset—looking for people and places to release His grace.

When you pray for someone or something it creates a new awareness as you start noticing anything related to those prayers. When you pray suddenly coincidences happen. It is providence as our prayers are creating divine opportunities. Prayer is more than words spoken to God, but the activation of God into our lives. When we open our spiritual eyes, we start seeing God everywhere we look. We see the image of God in others. We see His fingerprints on His creation. We see God-ordained opportunities. Watch for Him!

-Rev. Dr. William Lewis

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