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November 17, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Leave Excuses Behind

Leave excuses behind - flowingfaith.comWednesday night I was teaching a class about how faith can help us in tough times. While I was teaching I realized how much we really miss out if we keep on making excuses for why we are not getting to know God better. God can be everything we ever need and more. Yet, we prefer to struggle on our own. Why is that? It’s our loss for sure. But, also, living that way does not prepare us to heaven either. It’s time to leave excuses behind and really get to know God. Because God can be everything you need him to be for you. God can fill your every need if you let him show you who he is.

And now, children, stay with Christ. Live deeply in Christ. Then we’ll be ready for him when he appears, ready to receive him with open arms, with no cause for red-faced guilt or lame excuses when he arrives. (1 John 2:28, AMP,*)

Leave excuses behind

The only way to be ready for Jesus when he arrives is to live deeply in Christ. If you say you’re a friend of Jesus but don’t spend time with him, your life is a string of excuses. William Edwin Sangster has said, “How shall I feel at the judgment, if multitudes of missed opportunities pass before me in full review, and all my excuses prove to be disguises of my cowardice and pride?” Ouch. That’s not what I want. How about you?

It’s time to leave excuses behind, don’t you think? They are disguises of cowardice and pride anyway. It’s time to leave our excuses at the feet of the cross. Only God can create something beautiful out of them. One of the lies that keep us away from God is the belief that God is not all that we need. We think God is only for our spiritual needs. But we could not be more wrong.

God can be your everything

Why don’t we want to know who God really is? Sure, the idea can be overwhelming. But God loves us and wants to take care of us. His intentions are the very best, the Bible tells us so. God can be everything you need him to be for you. He can fill your every need if you let him.

We are invited to this amazing journey to God’s heart. There’s nothing better. Let’s not deny God this joy. And let’s not deny ourselves that joy. No more lame excuses. From here on out we will stay with Christ day in and day out and welcome God to show us who he really is. We will be amazed. So amazed.

 

Gracious God,
Forgive us our all our excuses for not spending time with you.
Show us your heart, teach us what it is like to be loved by you.
Thanks for being bigger and more awesome than we can ever imagine.
Help us to dare find out all you are.
Fill our needs, Lord.
Be our everything.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: Are you ready to leave excuses behind and embrace God for all he is?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you open your heart for all who God is!

* [As you might have noticed, I enjoy reading the Bible in different translations and love comparing them. I have started linking the Bible verses toBiblegateway.com so you can easily read (and compare) them in the different versions I’ve used while preparing each post.].

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November 14, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Death as the Doorway to Eternity

Death as the doorway to eternityLife is complicated, isn’t it? When you feel you’re getting hang of it, something happens and everything changes and you’re once again trying to cope. You don’t know how long you will live either. Life sure is unpredictable. When you’re young, life seems endless but the older you get, the shorter life seems to become. What to do then? How do you handle aging? Is death something that will take away all your fun or could it be something more positive? Like a doorway to eternity?

For to me, to live is Christ [He is my source of joy, my reason to live] and to die is gain [for I will be with Him in eternity]. (Phil. 1:21, AMP)

Death as the doorway to eternity

If we view death as the doorway to eternity, everything changes. Then we don’t need to be afraid of death and aging. Instead, death is a new beginning full of promises. Death is not anymore a necessary evil but a welcome home sign.

So it does matter on which our life centers. We might think we are centered on life when we center on collecting treasures for our own benefit on earth. But that is actually the road further away from life.

“Do not store up for yourselves [material] treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. 20 But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys, and where thieves do not break in and steal;21 for where your treasure is, there your heart [your wishes, your desires; that on which your life centers] will be also. (Matt. 6:19-21, AMP)

Death is gain

Randy Alcorn has said “He who lays up treasures on earth spends his life backing away from his treasures. To him, death is loss. He who lays up treasures in heaven looks forward to eternity; he’s moving daily toward his treasures. To him, death is gain.”

How much would it ease our fears to embrace death as the doorway to eternity? It’d help us to focus on things that last forever. Then collecting stuff would not interest us. Instead, we’d be eager to fill our lives with hope, faith, and love. We would not be afraid of death and aging. Death as the doorway to eternity will finally fully open up the reality of God to us. Then it’s not just glimpses of heaven anymore. It’s total bliss forever more.

 

Gracious God,
Thank you for reminding us to live for eternity
not just for some brief years here on earth.
Help us to live eternity in our hearts
so we could focus on what matters
and lay up treasures in heaven.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: Do you see death as the end or as the doorway to eternity?

Be blessed my fellow pilgrim as you embrace death as the doorway to eternity!

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November 10, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Let God Do the Talking

Let God Do the Talking - flowingfaith.comI realized it’s been years since I’ve written anything on silence or solitude in my blog. How about you? Are you a fan of silence? Is silence something we are not too eager to be reminded of? We even might read about it but implementing it into our lives is not on our top priority list. Yet it should. It does bring blessings to our lives because in silence we meet our God. Silence is also the key to spiritual growth. How come? In silence, we let God do the talking. The Word of God changes us inside and out.

Silence is the key to spiritual growth

For God alone my soul waits in silence and quietly submits to Him, For my hope is from Him. (Ps. 62:5, AMP,*)

Charles Swindoll points out “We are commanded to stop (literally)…rest, relax, let go, and make time for Him. The scene is one of stillness and quietness, listening and waiting before Him. Such foreign experiences in these busy times! Nevertheless, knowing God deeply and intimately requires such discipline. Silence is indispensable if we hope to add depth to our spiritual life.” Spiritual growth is something we can’t produce on our own. It happens by grace when we abide in Jesus and let God do the talking.

With the words of Jim Goll “The road to true intimacy with God is an inward journey, proceeding into His Presence through the entrance gate of quietness of the soul. It is a narrow track that lies well off the beaten path, virtually unseen and ignored by the vast majority of humanity careening headlong through life.”

Let God do the talking

Silence can be hard to achieve. If it’s not other people or social media keeping our lives noisy, it is our inner voice that keeps on talking incessantly. We can ask for help to silence our minds and/or guard our tongues. Even David did so: Set a guard over my mouth, Lordkeep watch over the door of my lips (Ps. 141:3, NIV,*). We can learn to come to God in silence. Also, we can learn to let God do the talking.

Why would we fill the air without talk when God already knows everything. And why would we not listen to God Almighty? He knows so much more than we can ever dream of knowing. If we want to follow Jesus, how can we not listen to him? Don’t we want to know what’s on his mind? How can we otherwise become like him?

What to do then? Become a friend of silence, abide in Jesus and let God do the talking. That’s the recipe for spiritual growth. The more we let the presence of God permeate us, the more we are blessed. Also, the more time we spend with Jesus, the more we grow in grace. And the more we let God do the talking, the more we get to know his heart.

 

Gracious God,
Forgive us for our nonstop chatter.
We want to listen to you.
So keep our mouth shut long enough
to hear your voice.
Draw us into your presence,
show us your heart.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: Are you a friend of silence? Do you let God do the talking?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you learn to enjoy silence and let God do the talking!

* [As you might have noticed, I enjoy reading the Bible in different translations and love comparing them. I have started linking the Bible verses toBiblegateway.com so you can easily read (and compare) them in the different versions I’ve used while preparing each post.].

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November 7, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Dare to Be Great for God

Dare to be great for God - flowingfaith.comIsn’t it interesting how we can talk ourselves down from trying to achieve great things for God? How is it possible that we settle for less than God’s plan for us? It’s especially crazy if we think we’re doing God’s will by laying low. Folks, we have work to do. Let’s not believe what our enemy is whispering. God is calling our names, we have things to do and places to go. Be all you were created to be. Dare to be great for God.

With the words of C.S. Lewis ‘We may be content to remain what we call ‘ordinary people’: but He is determined to carry out a quite different plan. To shrink back from that plan is not humility: it is laziness and cowardice. To submit is not conceit or megalomania; it is obedience.’

If you [really] love Me, you will keep and obey My commandments. (John 14:15, AMP)

Dare to be great for God

God is calling you to be all he created you to be. And it is much more than you can imagine. Don’t lay low and be ordinary. Discover all God has planned for you to do and become extraordinary in the process. Dare to be great for God.

If you have a hard time imagining what you could be, this quote from C.S. Lewis might help. “Imagine yourself as a living house. God comes in to rebuild that house. At first, perhaps, you can understand what He is doing. He is getting the drains right and stopping the leaks in the roof and so on: you knew that those jobs needed doing and so you are not surprised. But presently He starts knocking the house about in a way that hurts abominably and does not seem to make sense. What on earth is He up to? The explanation is that He is building quite a different house from the one you thought of—throwing out a new wing here, putting on an extra floor there, running up towers, making courtyards. You thought you were going to be made into a decent little cottage: but He is building a palace. He intends to come and live in it Himself.”

Receive God’s gifts

God has amazing things in store for you. He loves you more than you can ever understand. But you don’t need to figure out God to receive his gifts.  Just know that he loves you and wants you to be all he created you to be. Hence, dare to be great for him. It’s not megalomania; it’s obedience. Shrinking back is not humility; it’s laziness and cowardice. It’s time to step up and dare to be great for God.

 

Gracious God,
Forgive us for shrinking back and thinking we are humble.
Enable us to receive all you have for us.
Empower us to become all you created us to be.
We want to dare to be great for you, Lord.
Make it so.
Let the Holy Spirit move in and through us
so all can see you are great.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: Do you dare to be great for God?

Be blessed my fellow pilgrim as you become all God created you to be.

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November 3, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Bring Your Needs to God

Bring your needs to God - flowingfaith.comWhat’s your need today? How are you going to go about it? What’s your plan to fill your need? Your answers will reveal a lot about you. Too often we try to be independent until we can’t do it. For some of us, it’s easier to ask for help than others. But even the best human efforts will not help you in all of your needs. You need God, only he can fill all your needs. So bring your needs to God. He can help you.

Bring your needs to God

F.B. Meyer has said, “The greatest tragedy of life is not unanswered prayer, but unoffered prayer.” It’d be tragic to forfeit God’s help. God is more than ready to help you, just ask for his help. God is waiting for you to come to him with your messes, nothing will surprise him. Only God can create something beautiful out of our troubled past. Bring your needs to God.

And my God will liberally supply (fill until full) your every need according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus. (Phil. 4:19, AMP)

How would your life change if your first instinct would always be to turn to God? Because that’s where your help comes from. Whenever you have any kind and any size of trouble or need, just turn to God and let him handle it. He is way more qualified to take care of you than you are yourself. It might feel scary to let God rule your life but once you’ve experienced his love and care, you don’t want to manage on your own. Hence, bring your needs to God and be blessed. Time after time.

 

Gracious God,
Forgive us for trying to manage our lives on our own.
Come and invade our lives, Lord.
Show us the way.
Help us, Lord.
We’ve created some messes again.
Create something beautiful out of our lives.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: Do you bring your needs to God?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you bring your needs to God.

* [As you might have noticed, I enjoy reading the Bible in different translations and love comparing them. I have started linking the Bible verses toBiblegateway.com so you can easily read (and compare) them in the different versions I’ve used while preparing each post.].

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October 31, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Luther Nailed It

Luther nailed it - flowingfaith.comToday it has been exactly 500 years since Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of Wittenberg church. He did not know his actions would change history but they did. Luther just wanted to remind people of what faith was all about and what it was not. He wanted to get people back to the basics: we are saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ. Luther nailed it. There’s still nothing else that saves us. The power of grace has not diminished.

For it is by grace [God’s remarkable compassion and favor drawing you to Christ] that you have been saved [actually delivered from judgment and given eternal life] through faith. And this [salvation] is not of yourselves [not through your own effort], but it is the [undeserved, gracious] gift of God; not as a result of [your] works [nor your attempts to keep the Law], so that no one will [be able to] boast or take credit in any way [for his salvation]. (Eph. 2:8-9, AMP)

We are saved by grace…

Salvation is God’s gift from start to finish. We can’t make it happen. It’s God’s idea and it’s God’s grace that saves us. The Bible tells us this very clearly and if we start adding something to this, we are in need of reformation. The only way to be made right with God is grace. But it’s free and there’s plenty of it. Luther nailed it indeed.

…through faith…

God’s saving grace is beyond wonderful. And we just need faith to receive it. Faith is the channel God uses to deliver his grace: We are saved by grace through faith. Even this is not a demand. You see, even faith is a gift from God.

…in Jesus Christ.

Not just any faith will do though. We are saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ, not in any other name. Jesus is the way to God. He is the one who made it possible for us to be saved by grace. Jesus went to the cross to pay for our sins. And only because of this we can be saved.

Salvation can be found in no one else. Throughout the whole world, no other name has been given among humans through which we must be saved. (Acts 4:12, CEB)

Salvation by grace only was such an important matter to Martin Luther that he could not stay silent. Hence, he nailed his theses. And rest is church history, as they say. I hope you don’t accept substitutes for grace either. Luther nailed it. I hope you do too.

 

Gracious God,
Be praised for sending Jesus to save us.
Thank you for saving us by grace through faith in Jesus.
Open our hearts to receive your gifts.
Enable us to live in your amazing grace every day of our lives.
Thank you for saints gone before us who have reminded us
what faith and salvation are really about.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: Luther nailed it. Do you agree?

Be blessed my fellow pilgrim as you enter into God’s saving grace!

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October 27, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Overcoming Grace

Overcoming grace - flowingfaith.comIt seems we all have something to overcome. Sometimes I feel life is about overcoming. If you try to do it on your own, you don’t have much luck. If you do it with some others, you might succeed. Like Vesta Kelly has said ‘Snowflakes are one of nature’s most fragile things, but just look what they can do when they stick together.’ But even that approach is lacking at the end. The only thing that enables us to truly overcome is God and his empowering grace.

But by the [remarkable] grace of God I am what I am, and His grace toward me was not without effect. In fact, I worked harder than all of the apostles, though it was not I, but the grace of God [His unmerited favor and blessing which was] with me. (1 Cor. 15:10, AMP)

Overcoming Grace

God’s grace brings us salvation. But that’s not the end of the story. God also empowers us with his overcoming grace. Hence, we are able to overcome. We are not alone or helpless in our battles. (If you’re looking for practical steps to overcome, read this post about how to overcome temptations).

Blessed [happy, spiritually prosperous, favored by God] is the man who is steadfast under trial and perseveres when tempted; for when he has passed the test and been approved, he will receive the [victor’s] crown of life which the Lord has promised to those who love Him. (James 1:12, AMP)

Life is not easy. Sometimes it feels like an obstacle course. The main thing to make life more bearable is to give our struggles to Jesus. Overcoming grace is true, it works. It is God in us and through us. Overcoming grace is a beautiful thing.

 

Gracious God,
You are so good to us.
We lack nothing
because you provide everything we need.
Pour out grace upon grace, Lord.
Empower us to overcome.
Enable us to live in your joy.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: 
Are you familiar with overcoming grace?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you live in grace and overcome with grace!

* [As you might have noticed, I enjoy reading the Bible in different translations and love comparing them. I have started linking the Bible verses toBiblegateway.com so you can easily read (and compare) them in the different versions I’ve used while preparing each post.].

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October 24, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Find Fullness of Joy by Being in God’s Presence

Find fullness of joy by being in God's presenceFind fullness of joy by being in God's presenceSometimes Christians seek God for the gifts and blessings God gives to his children. But God is so much more than his lavish gifts. Sometimes we get way more excited about doing things for God than being with God. Yet only by being in God’s presence, we are at our best. Only by being in God’s presence, we bloom. And only by being in God’s presence, we are truly happy.

In Your presence is fullness of joy. (Psalm 16:11, AMP)

How to find fullness of joy

I have to admit I’ve been more occupied with the call God has laid upon my heart than with him and forgotten the importance of being in God’s presence. That’s what God wants: to hang out with his friends without agenda. And that’s how we find fullness of joy: by being in God’s presence. By being, not by doing. Because without God’s presence, we are nothing no matter how busy or religious we are.

Remain in Me, and I[will remain] in you. Just as no branch can bear fruit by itself without remaining in the vine, neither can you [bear fruit, producing evidence of your faith] unless you remain in Me. (John 15:4, AMP)

We can’t make our ministry or life fruitful without being in God’s presence. There’s no way around it. God is happy that we want to do his will but all that is second to being in his presence. Having a close relationship with Jesus is what’s essential for us. Everything else will follow naturally as long as we abide in him. It’s not about us, it’s about God through us. And that happens as long as we linger in God’s presence.

By being in God’s presence

The essence of Christian living is about being in God’s presence. Being, not doing. And that can be hard. We’d like to show off our competency, earn God’s love, do something, anything really. But God invites us into being in his presence. First, it might feel awkward. But the more we just are in God’s presence, easier it becomes. Soon it’s not awkward at all. We learn that it’s okay to be ourselves in God’s presence. Hence, we don’t need to pretend anything. God loves us just as we are. And that love starts to change us, not our attempts to do better.

It’s God’s love that transforms us while we sit in his presence. There we learn about our heavenly father. How over the top amazing his love is. What a large and welcoming his heart is. How precious his presence is. Suddenly, we are not in hurry anymore. We are where the fullness of joy is, we are where we belong.

 

Gracious God,
Thank you for your patience
as we slowly get to know you.
We praise you for your love and grace.
Draw us near to you,
take away things that hinder us
from enjoying your presence.
Because in your presence is fullness of joy
and that’s where we belong.
In Jesus’ precious name,
Amen

Q4U: Do you linger in God’s presence?

Be blessed my fellow pilgrim as you find fullness of joy by being in God’s presence!

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October 20, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Discover More of God

Discover more of God - flowingfaith.comWould you like to discover more of God? Good for you. My number one recommendation for you is to spend more time with God and he will reveal more of himself to you. The more time you spend with God, the more you get to know him. Getting to discover more of God firsthand is always the best approach. He wants to be found.

I love all who love me.
    Those who search will surely find me.
(Proverbs 8:17, NLT,*)

Discover more of God

When you start spending more time with God, you fast discover God’s love for you is way more than you can imagine. And it’s, as J.I Packer points out, it’s utterly realistic kind of love. “This is momentous knowledge. There is unspeakable comfort—the sort of comfort that energizes, be it said, not enervates – in knowing that God is constantly taking knowledge of me in love and watching over me for my good. There is tremendous relief in knowing His love to me is utterly realistic, based at every point on prior knowledge of the worst about me, so that no discovery can disillusion him about me, in the way I am so often disillusioned about myself, and quench his determination to bless me.” God knows you inside out and still, he loves you with his everlasting love. What an awesome God!

But God showed his great love for us by sending Christ to die for us while we were still sinners. (Romans 5:8, NLT,*)

Embrace God and his love

God’s love for you is a fact whether you believe it or not. The Bible tells us so. Your unbelief does not make it untrue or your doubts do not stop God from loving you. God loves because he is love and he loves to love you. So it’s time for you to accept it and embrace it. This is a way to discover more of God and who he really is.

For the Lord your God is living among you.
    He is a mighty savior.
He will take delight in you with gladness.
    With his love, he will calm all your fears.
    He will rejoice over you with joyful songs.
(Zephaniah 3:17, NLT;*)

Revel in God’s love

Then rejoice in God’s amazing love. Recognize it for what it is: God’s invitation to live with him. He is drawing you near to him. This is your chance to discover more of God, intimately and personally. This divine relationship God wants to have with you will bless your socks off. Probably, in a way that you don’t expect. God and his love are more than we can imagine. But so are also his ways to reach out to us. He knows us so well that he knows how to speak to each of us. Let’s hear him out. And keep on rejoicing in his love and care while we discover more of him.

 

Gracious God,
You are more than we can ever understand.
We praise you for being God Almighty,
not a god in a box.
Teach us who you are,
let us discover more of you
each time we interact with you.
Draw us to you,
let our times together become so precious
that we can’t do without.
Be praised for your loving kindness.
Thanks for loving us as we are
and yet not leaving us as you found us.
In Jesus’ precious name,
Amen

Q4U: Do you want to discover more of God? How do you go about it?

May you discover more of God every day of your life!

* [As you might have noticed, I enjoy reading the Bible in different translations and love comparing them. I have started linking the Bible verses toBiblegateway.com so you can easily read (and compare) them in the different versions I’ve used while preparing each post.].

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October 17, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Eternal Blessings Through Prayer

Eternal blessings through prayerWould you like to have a moment free from everything that bothers you? Just a minute of freedom, that’s all you ask for. It’d a bliss for sure. Just getting a glimpse of heaven would be fantastic, right? Guess what? It’s possible. You can experience heaven already here on earth while you pray. Prayer gives you a moment of peace you desire. It also provides a place to experience harmony right here, right now. (If you don’t believe it, just try it out. Cry your heart out and see how God meets you right where you are.) There’s nothing better than God’s presence in our lives. Through prayer, we can experience it.

Prayer reminds us of what really matters.

Tim Keller has said ‘The kingdom of God is the permanent reality, while the kingdom of this world will eventually fade away.’ What is made of the perishable seed will eventually decay, there’s nothing we can do about it. But through prayer, we can embrace what God is doing and allow him spiritually transform us according to his plan for us.

For you have been born again [that is, reborn from above—spiritually transformed, renewed, and set apart for His purpose] not of seed which is perishable but [from that which is] imperishable and immortal that is, through the living and everlasting word of God. (1 Peter 1:23, AMP)

We’ve been born again of imperishable and immortal seed. How powerful is that? Also, the same Word that conceived the new life in you is still at work in you. Just think: God Almighty is creating a new thing in you and through you. We are blessed beyond measure to have a God who loves us dearly and wants what’s best for us. He invites us into a personal relationship and he continues to bless us through prayer.

God gives us eternal blessings through prayer

It’s in prayer we get a glimpse of eternity, where God reigns and there’s no sadness. The more time we spend in prayer, the more convinced we are what really matters, what is the permanent reality and what’s not. What is imperishable and immortal and what’s not. Also, the more time we spend with God, the happier we are. Life is not about us forcing things to happen but leaning on God who gently empowers us for things he has planned in advance for us to do.

In prayer, we meet God and experience his love and care for us. Through prayer, we can already experience heaven here on earth. Prayer reminds us of our real home and empowers us on our journey home. It is through prayer that God gives eternal blessings to us. And he himself is the biggest blessing of all.

 

Gracious God,
Thank you for providing us everything we need
on our journey home to you:
grace, love, strength, peace, joy…
Especially, we thank you for planting eternity in us.
Help us to remember what matters and what doesn’t.
Strengthen us for your service, Lord.
Empower us to do what you’ve planned for us to do.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: How have you met God through prayer?

Be blessed my fellow pilgrim as you receive eternal blessings through prayer!

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