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TITLE: Able to Avail
By Rebecca O'Connor
09/18/07
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I, for one, believe sermons don’t have to be long to be good!
a·vail·a· ble -suitable or ready for use; of use or service; at hand – readily obtainable; accessible - having sufficient power or efficacy; valid.
[Able to avail]
I was praying with a friend who thanked me for being available when she called, but I was thinking how nice it was to be able to avail for her in prayer! When we are available for the Lord’s use He gives us the ability to avail. James 5:16 says that “The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.” We are ready for use, having sufficient power…promises are accessible and made valid. Manifestation of the promise is at hand if you are just one little thing…available! Does that mean then if we are not available we are not able to avail…something to think about, huh? I guess the whole point isn’t in the guesswork but to be avail able!
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