Monthly Archives: March 2012

No turning back

As we continue to journey through Lent, let us not forget to pray for those who worship Christ at great personal cost.  Recently, I was reflecting on the intense persecution of Christian believers around the world and I was reminded of … Continue reading

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“Too busy not to pray”

I woke up this morning worrying about how the day would progress.  I had too much to do and too little time.  I almost skipped my prayer time, but decided that I had made a commitment to this new prayer … Continue reading

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Prayers that pierce the wall of hurt, disappointment and bitterness

 Lately, I have become burdened with praying for the lost, the suffering and the missing.  As part of my new prayer practice, I have been praying His Word instead of my words and this has been a great source of comfort.  … Continue reading

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Those who can, do. Those who can’t, coach.

I am not a person who finds it easy to pray for an extended period of time.  For me, an extended time of prayer is hard work because I have difficulty sitting still and quieting my mind. Because Jesus Christ … Continue reading

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Why does God call me to pray for those who hurt me?

Day two of my new early morning prayer practice and I am already seeing changes. The changes however are within me.  I prayed this morning (early again).  Then as I was making my bed, I had the thought (from God?) … Continue reading

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Day 1 of New Prayer Practice

OK.  I hate to admit it, but God has been prodding me to wake up extra early and pray….but every morning, I choose sleep. I have been wrestling with this area of disobedience and have asked myself, “Which do I … Continue reading

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