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Next week I will begin a new series of posts as I work through Susan Evans‘ new eBook, Becoming a Prayer Warrior. I have been feeling that call to deeper, more fervent prayer. It’s time to cultivate faithfulness in this area of my life.
Have you felt that conviction to pray more and with greater depth? I don’t know about you, but I have put it off for too long. I am busy. I am tired. I can barely get through my day.
However, I know deep down that these are just a few of the reasons that I NEED to be in daily prayer! Not just popcorn prayers, tossed up to heaven as I get through my day (although I know those please God as well). I want prayer that listens and prays according to the will of God, that flows naturally from time spent with God, and that is diligent and faithful to pray on behalf of others.
- I feel nearly desperate for more intimacy with Jesus
- I am tired of the struggles of sin I cannot seem to overcome (anger, selfishness, pride)
- I want to be used by God in prayer for others, and be a part of the plan He is working out in their lives
The truth is, I can’t afford NOT to go deeper into prayer every day and neither can you.
Will you join me? I will be adding links to the posts here as well as on my Prayer page, where you can find other resources, printable helps, and articles.
To get the Becoming a Prayer Warrior ebook, simply “like” the Facebook page and Susan will send you a free copy! The book is organized into daily readings and challenges. Over the course of five weeks, we will learn more about prayer and practice what it means to labor in prayer.
If you will be reading along with me, please shoot me an email at ProverbialHomemaker@gmail.com, or drop a note here or on my Facebook page. I would love to be praying for YOU as we go through this journey together!
- Week 1 – Listening in Prayer
- Week 2 – Using Visual Prayer Circles
- Week 3 – When It’s Hard to Pray
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This Post Has 2 Comments
Susan Evans2 Jun 2014
Going deeper with God in prayer is time well-spent! I will be praying for you as you go through this series!
Observation3 Jun 2014
Praying that your prayer journey is a powerful one.