Too busy to pray? Yes I often feel that way. Martin Luther’s words come back to correct me. “I have so much to do that I shall spend the first three hours in prayer.” More recently, the Pastor of one of the largest churches in America, Bill Hybels, wrote a book, “Too Busy Not To Pray.” Is it hard? Yes! Do I stumble? Yes! Is it worth it? Yes! Can others help? Yes! This past Tuesday at Prayer Service, being able to have someone sit and pray for me was huge. I remember the old comedy routine with Bud Abbot and Lou Costello, “Who’s on first?” If you’re under 50, YouTube it. Hysterical! They never get anywhere and never figure it out. Realizing “who” is on first, or rather “who is first,” clarifies life for me. Jesus promises me if I put God first, everything I need will be added. Otherwise I am worrying about all the things he promised to take care of.