Today, we’re going to see what the Bible has to say about how to pray.
How empowering was it to learn in post 1, that prayer is so many things? I know it helped me better understand that even though God is omniscient, my prayers show him I long for and want a relationship with him.
Well, hold on to your hats, because today we’re going to learn just how prayer is all of the things we’ve already learned and a WHOLE LOT MORE!
One of the greatest things in the Bible, to me, is when one of the disciples asked Jesus to teach them to pray. The lesson and the teaching still hold true. Come, let’s learn about prayer
I believe we go through things for a reason. I believe that somewhere along our lifeline, God will use our story to encourage, lift up, change, or help someone. The only way that can happen is if we have the courage to share our story. Is it painful to relive it as we tell it? You better believe it is. Think about this, if you don’t share how will anyone know you have empathy for what they are going through?
Suddenly, it’s the end of the day, the kids are in bed, the phone is charging and on silent, the husband has been fed and is on his way to bed, the TV is off, and I’m left all alone. Ahhhh that golden moment when alas, all is quiet.
Ahhhh that golden moment when alas, all is quiet.
Silence is golden.
Today marks the 16th year I’ve been blessed to be your mom.
I thought maybe I’d throw a list of ideas together that I could use to fill those evenings and decided maybe they would give you some ideas too (if you have a free evening that is)
Here we go: