Have you considered what it means to pray?
What my own prayer does for me:
-it drives my fears away from me
-it helps me stand when others fall
-it gives me hope when hope is lost
-with God all things are possible.
In my opinion, there’s a huge difference between spirituality and religiousity. The way we look at prayer goes a long way to determine whether we are just being religous or whether we are spiritual.
I may not be an authority, but I sure have an opinion.
My opinion may be personal, but I don’t mind sharing it today.
Prayer helps me love when there is no reason to.
Prayer enables me to carry on even when there are no immediate returns.
Prayer is neither for competition nor comparison.
Prayer is not necessarily those long words mumbled while kneeling or standing in the congregation.
Prayer is a heartfelt search for answers and solutions.
Prayer opens doors for revelation.
Prayer brings us into an awareness.
True prayer is backed up with results and not an applause.
I seek strength through prayer and neither a commendation nor a justification from men.
Unless you are aware of your need for prayer, you will never learn to pray.
A man’s manifestation of results may not be seperable from his prayers.
Prayer may not necessarily be physical.
Prayer, in my opinion, distinguishes the spiritual from the religious.
Prayer is from the heart.
Prayer is in the heart.
True prayer may not be seen by others.
A prayer may just be a declaration of faith, it could also be a deep longing for intervention from beyond you.
You can pray all you can, but you don’t have to judge me by your standards.
You may think that you don’t pray, but I can bet that those moments of sober reflection or concrete resolve that made remarkable impact in your life are also prayers.
You may just have some other name for the word but you sure pray and you need to always pray.
Prayer brings conviction.
A spiritual man is a convicted man.
A convicted man is resolute and such resolve is necessary for the dicipline and order that is required to make a difference.
What is your conviction about prayer?
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