Prayer is so vital, and so important in our lives. Prayer is simply talking to God, sharing what’s on your heart and opening up to him, and allowing him in your life.
I’ve found such a love and passion for prayer.
It’s not a 5-minute list I go through before falling asleep, but a life style. That’s the beauty of prayer. God hears you no matter where you are or what you are doing…so you can pray at any time. You can talk to God even just in the small things during your day, and he hears you and is right there with you.
True prayer is honest, humble and personal.
It is such a privilege; it was purchased for us along with our salvation through Jesus Christ. Conversation is a part of any vital and growing relationship.
Prayer helps in all of life’s fierce battles.
We live in a world attacked by so many things, and we need to know our spiritual defense. It also helps us make important decisions relying on the Holy Spirit as our guide.
Prayer allows us to repent, and get in right standing with God through Jesus Christ.
Prayer makes a difference.
It changes lives and releases power. It strengthens us and reminds us that we are not alone, but God is always with us.
We are fortunate enough to live in a country where prayer and worship are still legal, and we should take advantage of that every single day.
It’s not about feeling obligated to pray…but privileged. There is something about being in the sweet presence of God that nothing else can give us. A satisfaction, yet at the same time a greater growing hunger to know him even more.
Prayer should not just become something we do, but who we are.
“My father didn’t tell me how to live.
He lived and let me watch him do it.”
~ Clarence Budington Kelland
The greatest gift I had in my life growing up was the gift of watching and learning from my father.
My father helped make me who I am today.
My father inspired me to live a life dedicated to God.
My father inspired me to live a life dedicated to my family.
I thank God everyday for my father.
And I thank every father who has raised his children to the best of his abilities.
Thank you, fathers’sfor living a life as an example to your children.
Thank you, fathers’sfor putting your family’s needs above your own.
Thank you, fathers’s for training the next generation to carry on.
Thank you, fathers’s for being strong in times of trouble.
Thank you, fathers’s.
Please take this week to celebrate with the father in your life!
Happy Father’s Day!
When we are saved, why do we not automatically go to Heaven?
Why are we here?
This is our time for living!
We only have one life to live, one gift to give.
We have a job to do: Love!
We have the gift of knowledge, the gift of God’s love to share!
When Christ went to the cross, He died for EVERY HUMAN.
Everyone deserves to know about the love of God. Why? Because God is love! He desires that all come to know His love (1 Timothy 2:4)!
How are others going to accept the gift of life if they do not know it can be theirs?
This life we have is our one chance to help the work of God’s Kingdom.
This life we have is our only opportunity to save others from the path of death.
This life we have is a way for God to set captives free.
This life we have is a way for God to heal the broken.
This life we have is a way for God to impact our nations.
“Do you not know that you are a temple of God and that the Spirit of God dwells in you?” ~ 1 Corinthians 3:16
Christ lives in us, the Holy Spirit moves through us.
Our lives have a heavenly calling.
Our lives have a heavenly purpose.
Now is the time for living.
Now is the time to take action.
Now is the time.
Don’t waste your time.
Don’t waste your life.