Top Five Call for Fire Posts for 2021

Thank you to those who have read my posts and prayed along with me in this past year. Hopefully, you learned concepts and truths about God, as I did, from biblical prayers that deepened your faith. The five posts that were most read during the year also included reflection on current events and how the prayers of the Psalms are applied in the New Testament as well as their relevance when applied to our own circumstances.

The five most read posts were:

A Lament for Afghanistan

Prayer When God Is Silent

A Prayer During a Deep Freeze

Prayer of the Righteous Man

Praying After Riots in the Capitol

You may read each post by clicking on its title. As I wrote these posts, I considered how biblical passages and doctrines influence how we pray, how we make decisions, and how we interact with others. As I reviewed these posts today, it struck me that what I wrote remains highly relevant now, even though some of the posts were written much earlier in the year. The tensions, emotions, and fears that I addressed in the posts about current events still exist. In the background throughout the year was the world’s continued adjustments because of the COVID pandemic. Perhaps perceived silence of God in response to prayers is weighing more heavily now.

Thank you for reading my blog. I hope that reading it deepens your faith in God, your love for others, and your hope for the future. I pray that it encourages you to pray more and to pray with perseverance. Pray hard, my friends, and may God bless us with peace, health, and reconciliation in 2022.

About Michael Summers

Michael Waymon Summers has preached in twenty-seven of the United States as well as seven other countries. Michael earned a Master of Theology degree. He also has done graduate work in international studies. Michael likes to run, loves to sing, and reads voraciously.
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