FINAL DAY of our PRAYER CONVERSATIONS
Today is my final day on our prayer conversations with God. I trust it helped someone as much as it encouraged me when I was putting all my thoughts together.
God invites us to come away from the busyness of our lives and connect with Him through prayer. The first few times it may feel uncomfortable like when you meet someone for the first time but the more you chat is the closer you get – and before long you are now best friends.
The first prayer maybe just a few words but reading the scriptures back to God make the conversation enjoyable. The goal is, to use your own words to communicate with God.
When you pray, go into your room, close the door, and pray to your Heavenly Father. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you OPENLY.
Psalm 46 says, “God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.” The truth is, those who follow God and those who do not – all have challenges in this life. But those who have their daily conversations with Him gain the strength to cope with the issues of life.
Those 2am thoughts – God knew about them long before they began to disturb your peace and He is waiting to have a conversation with you about them.
Ephesians 6:9 says, “for each one should carry their own load.” Yes, my dear friends, we all have our own cross to carry. Yours is not heavier than mines, and mines is not lighter than yours. God has authorized the weight limitations. Some through great sorrow, but God gives us a song in the night season and all day long.
Pray Time today is Psalms 46:
God is our refuge and strength, a help always near in times of great trouble. That’s why we won’t be afraid when the world falls apart, when the mountains crumble into the center of the sea, when its waters roar and rage, when the mountains shake because of its surging waves.
There is a river whose streams gladden God’s city, the holiest dwelling of the Most High. God is in that city. It will never crumble. God will help it when morning dawns.
Nations roar; kingdoms crumble. God utters his voice, the earth melts. The Lord of heavenly forces is with us! The God of Jacob is our place of safety.
Come, see the Lord’s deeds, what devastation he has imposed on the earth—bringing wars to an end in every corner of the world, breaking the bow and shattering the spear, burning chariots with fire.
“That’s enough! Now know that I am God! I am exalted among all nations; I am exalted throughout the world!” The Lord of heavenly forces is with us!
The God of Jacob is our place of safety.
REMINDER: Go ahead and use your own words to talk to God. He enjoys hearing your voice.