Friday, August 21, 2009

thinking about

Prayer: why we struggle (and how not to)

Convicted. But am I willing to change?


  1. Anonymous10:25 AM

    I needed that........and I'm praying for you and yours little daughter-in-law of mine:-)

  2. One step at the time. One baby step at the time. It's easy to think we have to do the whole thing or nothing. For example, you could start with each meal -- after each meal, a heartfelt prayer. Or each cup of coffee. Or on your walk. It will build gradually from there, because time with God is so good and so good for us. When we aren't praying, we have lost touch with our deepest need.

    I write as a fellow pilgrim who is still feeling her way, but who has seen beauties that changed everything forever.

    Bless you, Heather. I am glad I found you here. Thanks for linking to my post. Isn't it wonderful how God brings fellowship to us?

  3. Anonymous11:12 PM

    Thank you Heather, for posting this link encouraging us to set times for prayer. These thoughts are so "right on" and stir my heart to keep on praying. Your growth in the Lord brings deep gratitude to Him for drawing you ever closer to Him.
    your mom


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