If you’re feeling distant from the Lord, worship out loud. Tell yourself, I don’t care how I feel, I’ll choose to turn my heart toward the One I love.
Don’t limit your prayers by what you think is possible or right. Trust the Holy Spirit’s leading and pray in faith. You may be surprised what God will do.
We all know Phil 4:6-7 tells us don’t be anxious but pray. However when we pray, we don’t always experience the peace. Here is closer look at Paul’s words.
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The Bible says we are to confess, but what is the objective? Are we just agreeing to our mistakes? Jesus shows us how to make a good confession.
Why ask how long should you pray? Is it so God will bless you? It was never meant to be a duty but a privilege. Let’s bask in God’s desire to be with us.
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We spend time with God to be with God. But why else? Here is an encouraging list of 3 reasons to spend time with God regularly. Comment if you’d add others.
I’ve been thinking about what has encouraged me most in my prayer life, and I would have to say it has been the presence of a prayer partner.
Prayer becomes a guessing game on what God wants to do. No wonder we are to pray continually; it’ll take that long to get it right. Let’s think differently.
Thanksgiving brings together family and friends to enjoy relationships and to remember how God has blessed. This is a perfect start to the Christmas season.
Paul commands us to pray in the Spirit everyday as our armor. He also states not to forbid its use. Here is a practical guide how to pray in the Spirit.