Posts in 31 Day 2014
Share Your Testimony

Sharing our testimony turns our answered prayers into praise. As we talk about what God has done, it keeps us humble. It reminds us, and others that God came through for us. It didn’t happen because of our wisdom, strength or abundance but His. When we tell our story, it builds our faith and the faith of others. The impact of your story is exponential.

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Praying Through

There are many times when we are in the midst of a circumstance that we pray, "Dear God, get me out of this!" If we don't see our answer, right away, in the way we imagined, it might seem like our prayers aren't being heard. It can be discouraging.Sometimes, it's God's will to walk us through a tough time instead of delivering us from it instantly.

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Seeing Past it

There are times when things weigh heavy on us and we have trouble seeing past it. Sometimes we can't see past the dishes in our sink, the laundry in our hampers, or our to-do list. Prayer enables us to focus on more than what’s right in front of us.  We begin to see God's hand in our life. Taking notice encourages us and builds our faith.

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Point of Contact

God instructed Joshua to walk around the city of Jericho seven times before giving the Israelites possession of it. It was a ridiculous request, but Joshua was obedient. His feet served as a point of contact with the land that God promised him. By circling the city, he physically connected with what he believed God was giving him.

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Pray Without Ceasing - Constant Communication

In 1 Thessalonians 5:17 it says we are to "Pray without ceasing." This scripture does not suggest that we are to be always on our knees or at church, after all, we have jobs to do and families to take care of. Rather this scripture reminds us that prayer is not to be confined to a particular time of day or location. We can be in constant communication with our Heavenly Father by just talking with Him throughout our day.

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