She prayed and she worked and the prayers were the work that would outlast fire.
And that is what she thought, there at the window with the cloth in her hand.
Pray with eyes on Christ and not on the crisis.
Because when you pray with eyes on Christ and not on the crisis — your prayers are always answered: He edifies, He embraces, He is enough.
What would it be like to live like that — all the moments a prayer with eyes of the heart all on Christ?
She could see that through the window pane right there that morning —
the light out in the garden and right down between all the shadowed rows.
“If you want that splendid power in prayer —
you must remain in loving, living, lasting, conscious, practical, abiding union with the Lord Jesus Christ.”