Hmmm…we know this, don’t we? But how many of us actually engage in hitting the pause button in life to do so? I am reluctant to commit to anything else as I seem to simply set myself up for failure, but yearn for the freedom that consistent and constant prayer bring.
Hi Seth, Count me in.
Great reminder. I’ve been thinking about re-reading a favorite book of mine – Practicing God’s Presence. After reading your blog…I need to. Yep. Dusting of the oldie but goodie, grabbing a cup of coffee and soaking it up. Thanks for the motivation!
This is God’s coincidence.
Prayed through yesterday as a matter of urgent need of God’s intervention in certain issues and here I am, been reminded of same by you today. Your spiritual antenna is in high frequency Dad.
Thank you for the confirmation.
Thanks for the encouragement. I’ve been thinking of this very thing for a few some time now.
I’m a director at a busy school and feel a responsibility to my staff and all the parents as well as the children. I pray early every day that I would be Jesus to the people around me. I also pray that I would abide in Him and He in me so I could bear his fruit. The days are very busy and so many conflicts and crisis come up that need immediate attention, I trust that those morning prayers and the ones I whisper on the fly (and in the bathroom!)are answered as I go.
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