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Whatever Your Thorn Is 

If ever there was someone's prayer that you think God would hear and answer, it would be the Apostle Paul because he could hear the voice of God. Paul surrendered to the work of God, even to the loss of his physical health, safety, and comfort.

Paul was a man that God could entrust to put a quill in his hand. He was so in tune with the heart of God that God could give him the words to write down in the New Testament. The letters he wrote have guided the lives of hundreds of millions of people over the last 2,000 years.

However, Paul was given a thorn in his flesh because God knew His grace had to be sufficient. After all, God’s strength would be made perfect through Paul's weakness. Whatever your thorn is today, know this: God's grace is also sufficient for you, and His strength is made perfect through your weakness.

It's time to pray.

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