Red Admiral Butterfly  UK 
Photo Copyright: Debra Wiseberg

This week’s classic post was originally posted on the 20th March earlier this year. Like other Friday re-posts it underwent some light editting. I pray hat it blesses you today.

But you, when you pray, go into your inner room, close your door and pray to your Father who is in secret, and your Father who sees what is done in secret will reward you.
Matthew 6:6 (NASB)

This morning I was sipping my morning coffee looking up into the bright sky, I felt hopeful for spring as we approach Easter. The sun shone on the conifers as the wind tickled the light green fringes of last years growth. Blue Tits and chaffinches hopped from branch to branch in an endless game of chase. “It won’t be long until we see the first butterlies” I thought, which usually appear in late March or early April depending on the temperature. It was about time to talk to my Father and read His Word when an idea popped into my head; that prayers are like butterflies.

As butterflies are the courier of life between plants, pollinating as they go from flower to flower so our prayers pollinate our life with God. They leave our heart flying Heavenward and onwards to the recipient of our prayer, pollinating them with Divine love and provision. We have confidence that our prayers are heard by God and reach their destination if we pray within his will (1 John 5:14). This is not to suggest that God is a mere mailman, but a loving Father communicating with His loving children who obey His calling of Love on our lives.

Dear reader, be encouraged in your time of prayer – it is always time well spent. You are never closer to your Father God than when you are on your knees before Him in prayer. Your petitions fly on the wings of  love and are received joyfully at the throne of Grace, and His response goes out in His perfect time. Your petitions pollinate your loved ones life, enabling them to bloom by His provision. Over time such a life of intimate prayerfulness will make your love for your Father God blossom, and be witnesed by those around you (Psalm 116:1).

10 thoughts on “On The Wings of Love

  1. I’m so glad you did persevere. I read your post, which was really good. But then I listened to the audio version, and your lovely, calm, reassuring [Scottish] voice as well, and heard yet deeper truths that my reading had missed.

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    1. Your encouragement is a real blessing to me Andy! I struggle with my strong accent, I had thought that podcasting was a lost cause because of it. May God bless you and the family today brother.

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      1. Nothing wrong with strong accents – it might mean God wants you to speak into the hearts and minds of those who have string accents too

        I understood every word. And your heart makes certain words bounce all the better 🙂

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